How much physical activity do you get? As a teenager, physical activity is important, not just for your future health, but for looking and feeling your best now. This quiz will help you figure out if you are active enough whether it is through a formal exercise program or fun activities.
Webinar explores the relationship between poverty and obesity. Presenter discusses strategies to promote healthy habits in CYFAR youth and families as well as explores the resources available to CYFAR programs that can assist youth and families achieve a healthy lifestyle.
By emphasizing clear expectations, simple strategies for focusing on increasing good behavior and minimizing not-so-good behavior, increase your understanding of good behavior management techniques. Learn the various ways in which children tend to have difficulty with meeting adult expectations and how development and the environment can shape our understanding of child behavior.
This webinar presented by Ms. Nia Imani Fields from the University of Maryland Extension, Baltimore County Office, explains the basic concepts of social injustice, outlines the community capitals framework with a focus on social capital, and explores experiential activities and evaluation tools to measure the impacts of community and social capital as a conduit to social justice.
Getting out of our own “boxes” sometimes requires keener insight into the minds, habits, likes, and dislikes of those we serve. Forget what you know about Millennials. Today’s young people, Generation Z, are different than any other generation. Research has shown that not only do their brains look different than ours, but they function differently. Participants will explore characteristics of generation Z and learn how these young people think and react to situations. Finally, participants will discover what they can do to bridge the gap between what we as professionals want to teach and what Generation Z wants to know.