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      Program Content Series: Keeping Kids in the Center - January 14, 2014 in San Francisco

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      January 14, 2014

      Tuesday   9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

      762 Fulton St
      San Francisco, California 94102

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      Program Content Series: Keeping Kids in the Center - January 14, 2014

      Series: Program Content (Curriculum Series)

      This series is open to both supervisors and staff working directly with youth. The series consists of three workshops and will be held once in the fall on Thursdays, and will repeat in the spring on Tuesdays (see original email for dates). The series will meet from 9am-1pm.  Lunch will be served. Participants who attend all three meetings in their series will receive up to 10 hours of direct coaching to further support implementation of their program goals.

      Description

      This series will cover the foundational principles and skills of developing high-quality afterschool program content with a focus on skill building and comprehensive curriculum development. The workshops will look at these areas from both an infrastructure and point-of-service framework (from both a supervisor’s and program leader’s perspective).*

      Topic

      Keeping Kids in the Center, QSA 6 - This workshop will focus on project-based and participant-centered learning, focusing on integrating multiple intelligences and developmental stages into the creation of afterschool curricula.

       

       

      *Program or Organizational Infrastructure (Systems): is a systemic approach to improving the overall quality of youthdevelopment programs. These systems and organizational structures are rooted in the belief that continuous quality improvement happens at the program level (point of service) but must be supported by a system or infrastructure. In an effective cycle of quality improvement, quality assessment and technical assistance include a focus on the infrastructure and its connection to service delivery. Examples of program infrastructure includes, but not limited to organizational planning, staffing, training, mission/vision, and finance and sustainability.

      Point of service - The point of service is where instruction takes place or where adults and youth interact in program settings. In an effective cycle of quality improvement, quality assessments and technical assistance include a focus on the point of service. Examples of point of service includes, but not limited to, safe environment, supportive environment, interaction, and engagement.

       

       

       

       

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