• Psychological
  • In the health realization ("HR") model, all psychological phenomena, from severe disorder to glowing health, are presented as manifestations of three operative "principles" first formulated as principles of human experience by Sydney Banks: Mind - the universal energy that animates all of life, the source of innate health and well-being. (wikipedia.org)
  • pediatric
  • Child life specialists are pediatric health care professionals who work with children and families in hospitals and other settings to help them cope with the challenges of hospitalization, illness, and disability. (wikipedia.org)
  • Child life specialists work with patients and families in many settings, such as inpatient units, surgical areas, outpatient clinics, the pediatric intensive care unit, the emergency department, and the neonatal intensive care unit. (wikipedia.org)
  • outcomes
  • Lerner and colleagues write: "The goal of the positive youth development perspective is to promote positive outcomes. (wikipedia.org)
  • The outcomes of the research were that 'the three principles' model improves well-being and creates positivity and a better state of mind (causes), which in turn decrease perceived barriers in education and increase confidence and clarity (effects). (threeprinciplesmovies.com)
  • It is reactionary against contemporary risk-based models of youth justice that stigmatise and exclude children by prioritising the prevention of negative behaviours and outcomes (e.g. offending, reoffending, reconviction, substance use, antisocial behaviour) that allegedly result from exposure to risk factors. (wikipedia.org)
  • PYJ is progressive through its focus on promoting positive behaviours and outcomes for children (e.g. access to their universal rights, access to and engagement with support services, opportunities and guidance, educational attainment, employment and training). (wikipedia.org)
  • The successful application of the PYJ model in England and Wales has been illustrated by the 'Children First, Offenders Second' approach (Haines and Case 2015), a form of PYJ advocating the systemic use of child-friendly and child-appropriate responses grounded in positive prevention, diversion, evidence-based partnership working, children's participation and engagement, legitimacy and responsibilising adults to ensure positive outcomes for children. (wikipedia.org)
  • The PYJ model encourages youth justice systems to focus on protective factors as well as risk factors, strengths as well as problems, positive outcomes as well as negative outcomes, and generally to focus on facilitating successful transitions to adulthood for young people. (wikipedia.org)
  • portrays
  • This approach portrays children as passive, helpless, risky and dangerous unless adults intervene in their lives using risk-focused responses (Haines and Case 2012). (wikipedia.org)
  • Recognize
  • Such programs are physically and emotionally safe, give youth a sense of belonging and ownership and foster their self-worth, allow them to discover their "selves" (identities, interests, strengths), foster high quality and supportive relations with peers and adults, help youth recognize conflicting values and develop their own, foster the development of new skills, have fun, and have hope for the future. (wikipedia.org)
  • perspectives
  • This topically organized book uses a student-friendly writing style, intuitive design, and an active learning system to help students critically explore the many perspectives on child development. (ecampus.com)
  • organizational
  • The purpose of the study was to explore the relationship between 3 Principles based (State of Mind) leadership training and organizational performance. (threeprinciplesmovies.com)
  • This model offers an explanation for why certain tasks are acquired earlier than others through developmental sequences and gives an explanation of the biological, cultural, organizational, and individual principles of performance. (wikipedia.org)
  • adults
  • Positive youth development (PYD) refers to intentional efforts of other youth, adults, communities, government agencies and schools to provide opportunities for youth to enhance their interests, skills, and abilities. (wikipedia.org)
  • A hallmark of these programs is that they are based on the concept that children and adolescents have strengths and abilities unique to their developmental stage and that they are not merely "inadequate" or "undeveloped" adults. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Circle of Courage provides the philosophical foundation for the work of Reclaiming Youth International (RYI), a 501(c)(3) non-profit company dedicated to helping adults better serve children and youth who are in emotional pain from conflict in the family, school, community, peer groups or with self. (wikipedia.org)
  • Kids Who Outwit Adults by John Seita & Larry Brendtro. (wikipedia.org)
  • years
  • Holy Rosary Child Development Center (CDC) is currently in its 46th year of operation, serving children birth through twelve years of age. (google.com)
  • Experience working with youth ages 6-18 years old in a youth development setting. (indeed.com)
  • 3 years of youth development experience. (indeed.com)
  • Minimum two years of experience managing youth development programs and three years of experience working directly with youth in organized out-of-school-time. (indeed.com)
  • Through a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts , the National Endowment for the Humanities , and the Institute of Museum and Library Services , the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards were established in 1998, and have been annually awarded for the past 19 years. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • The Jose Abad Santos Memorial School (JASMS) is the outcome of the many years of work that Doreen Barber Gamboa had with children. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1933 Nursery class opens for children 18 months to 3 years of age under the Elementary and Training Department of the PWU at A. Flores Street in Ermita, Manila, 1936 Kindergarten expands into the Child Development Department headed by Doreen Gamboa, 1938 Boarding nursery is set up for children whose parents were working or not in the city. (wikipedia.org)
  • Major developments in the global church community in the past several years demonstrates a new commitment to mission to , for and with children. (lausanne.org)
  • For the last 10 years I have studied the scientific literature for the purpose of understanding how to facilitate social emotions and to prevent the development of antisocial disorders in at-risk children. (ctpost.com)
  • approach
  • A lot more stringent quanitative research needs to be undertaken to address the efficacy of a Principle based approach, but these articles (mostly qualitative) are a reflection of some of what is currently available. (threeprinciplesmovies.com)
  • This article reflects the differences between a 'Principle based approach' and more traditional approaches for community regeneration. (threeprinciplesmovies.com)
  • 1941 Experimental grade 1 is opened when parents ask that the child development approach be carried on into the grade school. (wikipedia.org)
  • Sidney Bijou (1955) was the first to use this methodological approach extensively with children. (wikipedia.org)
  • The 'Positive Youth Justice' model offers an innovative alternative approach to working with children and young people in conflict with the law. (wikipedia.org)
  • widespread
  • These and other movements and initiatives in diverse sectors are drawing awareness to the overwhelming issues of poverty and preventable illness afflicting children, epidemic proportions of child abuse, and widespread exploitation. (lausanne.org)
  • adolescents
  • Encouraging the positive development of adolescents can help to lessen the likelihood of such problems arising by easing a healthy transition into adulthood. (wikipedia.org)
  • empowerment
  • FI pursues the empowerment and protection of children and youth through a variety of projects that fall into four programs: Friends Programs, ChildSafe Movement, ChildSafe Alliance, and Friends Social Business. (wikipedia.org)
  • study
  • The center, which was established in 1937 as a "laboratory school," allows graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in child development and education courses to both study children ages 2-6 and to directly assist in their education. (wikipedia.org)
  • guidance
  • Wilford is featured in the Learning Child Series videos which were produced for public television under the guidance of experts from the Child Development Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. (wikipedia.org)
  • Content includes positive child guidance, prevention techniques, and strategies for creating pro-social classroom atmosphere. (oakton.edu)
  • Job Description What a Youth Leader in Expanded Learning Programs Does… Actively supervise program participants, ensuring their guidance and safety at all. (indeed.com)
  • movement
  • A background working with youth and/or experience in dance, drama, movement, sports, music, or early childhood development is a plus. (indeed.com)
  • Creative Readers , located in Port Washington, N.Y., serves elementary-age children with special needs - engaging their students in art, movement, and music, to build literacy skills and confidence while inspiring a love of reading. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • In the forty-plus year history of the Lausanne Movement, it is the first Lausanne document that calls on the church to esteem the value of children and youth in the plan and mission of God. (lausanne.org)
  • Aims
  • FI's School Reintegration Project (initiated in 1996) aims to provide a path for out-of-school children to reintegrate into the public school system. (wikipedia.org)
  • preschool
  • Gamboa and Abaya noticed that most of the children in the new PWU preschool were being held back from fully exploring the books, art materials, blocks, and play facilities provided them in school. (wikipedia.org)
  • educational
  • The co-educational school was the first comprehensive school in Germany, serving children from all social classes, genders, abilities, and interests. (wikipedia.org)
  • Instead, it offers research and educational resources to help parents and professionals who serve at-risk and high-risk children. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Friends program is defined by a range of services that respond to the many challenges that marginalized young people face, namely abuse, sickness, drug use, exclusion from educational and training opportunities, child labor, poverty and separation from family. (wikipedia.org)
  • parents
  • 87% of the parents reported that their children were more cooperative and reported significantly less frustration with or hostility toward their children. (threeprinciplesmovies.com)
  • Short-term course designed to provide basic understanding of positive relationships among parents, children, and teachers. (oakton.edu)
  • First, the teachers sought the cooperation of over-protective parents to free the children from their yayas and other "watchers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Parents of at-risk kids need the support of everyone else to do this job, that means all parents supporting healthy activities for children and teens. (ctpost.com)
  • The Hope Connection summer camp, which serves as a research platform and a place where children and their parents learn how to create an environment for healing. (wikipedia.org)
  • typically
  • Although child life specialists typically function in the hospital setting, their skills and training are often applied to support children and families in other settings, such as hospice, dental care, schools, specialized camps, funeral homes, or wherever children experience stress or trauma. (wikipedia.org)
  • Programs
  • PYD is used in scientific literature and by practitioners who work with youth to refer to programs designed to optimize developmental progress. (wikipedia.org)
  • Programs and practitioners seek to empathize with, educate, and engage children in productive activities. (wikipedia.org)
  • The University of Minnesota's Keys to Quality Youth Development summarizes eight key elements of programs that successfully promote youth development. (wikipedia.org)
  • Students will developskills in using systematic observation and documentation strategies to develop trusting relationships with children and to plan appropriate programs, environments, and activities in early childhood settings. (oakton.edu)
  • The Committee shall assist with the development of new and innovative programs and services that positively affect the operation of the Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture. (porthope.ca)
  • Ensures the quality of programs and safety of counselors and youth at all times during camp . (indeed.com)
  • Twelve programs have been named the winners of the 2017 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards - several afterschool programs among them! (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • In addition to the 12 awards presented to programs within the U.S., the award annually highlights one international program that provides exceptional programming to youth. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • This year's award recipients are from all over the U.S., from Miami, Fla., to Oakland, Calif., and represent a breadth of youth arts and humanities programs. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • Child care programs present a critical opportunity for the promotion of child development. (wikipedia.org)
  • foster
  • The Vocational Training Project (initiated in 1995) provides access to professional skills training in order to foster the future employment opportunities of marginalized youth. (wikipedia.org)
  • school
  • The first school based upon Steiner's ideas was opened in 1919 in response to a request by Emil Molt, the owner and managing director of the Waldorf-Astoria Cigarette Company in Stuttgart, Germany, to serve the children of employees of the factory. (wikipedia.org)
  • Children who are able and willing to re-enter school are first enrolled in FI's remedial education project, where they are brought up to speed in literacy, mathematics, science, geography and history. (wikipedia.org)
  • Relationships
  • However, when children are given a new label they shift their attention to taxonomic relationships. (wikipedia.org)
  • Strong trust-based relationships are built with the children and their families over time, their needs assessed and alternatives to street life presented. (wikipedia.org)
  • refers
  • When a child learns a new word they must decide whether the word refers to the whole object, part of the object, its substance, color, or texture, solving an indeterminacy problem. (wikipedia.org)
  • For example, if a child is shown an object and given the label "truck", the child will assume "truck" refers to the entire object instead of the tires, doors, color or other parts. (wikipedia.org)
  • Children assume a label refers to a whole object because the object is more salient than its properties. (wikipedia.org)
  • students
  • The A'nowara'kowa Arena and High Five, a training organization in Canada, will be hosting a workshop that is specifically designed for front-line leaders (including summer students) who work with children. (akwesasne.ca)
  • Students will explore the relationship between careful communication and effective interaction with young children. (oakton.edu)
  • serve rural youth and provides their students with hands-on learning experiences in film, design, music, technology, and entrepreneurship. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • While talking with the program's manager of public and youth engagement, Andrea Motto, we were impressed not only with what EVOLUTIONS does with its students, but how. (afterschoolalliance.org)
  • Participants were invited to process and give feedback to these activities through a series of small-group discussions, and these inputs were documented by a team of students in order to shape the intended final outputs from the consultation: the Quito Call to Action on Children at Risk (Lausanne Consultation on Children at Risk, 2014) and this paper. (lausanne.org)