6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
VIRTUAL: Routines and Schedules Basics
How do you provide structure in your program to meet the developmental needs of youth? Youth need consistent routines and schedules for program activities that meet their interest, development, and skill levels. By the end of this interactive training, you will create program routines and a schedule that support higher levels of youth engagement.
Upon successful completion of this training, the participant will earn 1.5 clock hours (.2 CEUs) of training.
- Describe how providing structure meets the developmental needs of youth.
- Create a program schedule and routine for an individual activity that addresses multiple needs of youth.
Core Competencies Addressed
Core Knowledge Area – Program Planning and Development: Entry Level, Level 1
3.A. -Communicate and support program mission and purpose
A2 – Follow daily activity schedule/plans
Core Knowledge Area - Learning Environment and Curriculum: Entry Level, Level 1
4.A. – Design and Implement a Curriculum to Support Physical Development
A2 – Assist with a variety of physical activities that meet the interest, development, and skill levels
4.B. – Design and Implement a Curriculum to Enhance Cognitive Development
B2 – Offer children and youth cognitive learning opportunities to experience and explore.
Primary QIS Scales Addressed
II-F- Session Flow – Session flow is planned, presented, and paced for youth.
IV-Q- Planning – Youth have opportunities to make plans
(1) Staff creates an opportunity for all youth (individual or group) to make plans (e.g., youth plan how to spend their time, how to do something, or who to do it with).