A student has come to you with a concern or problem that they have identified in their community or school. In order to prevent falling into the trap of solving the problem 'for' them, you decide to work 'with' them by providing empowering resources that outline how they can start to solve the problem themselves. Using the required resources, school or community guidelines for students, and cited research, create an inspirational and practical 'how-to' brochure or handout that you could provide about 'how to' start a community initiative.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:32 am ad1c9bdddf
Creating Student Centered Support Groups
(Brochure) Do you have a problem?
Need someone to talk to about things.
This was an article showing a possible brochure to teach children about empowerment support groups.
Maticka-Tyndale's Research on Diseases in Canada
According to Maticka-Tyndale how does Canada rate in comparison to other countries regarding STDs? Why knowledge about STD's particularly important to women?View Full Posting Details