becomes critical when young people get stuck in certain mindsets. Encouragement
can help them get unstuck and move forward successfully. This interactive
training introduces various techniques that help practitioners build more
supportive, youth-centered relationships. Participants will practice strategies
that encourage youth to develop a growth mindset.
successful completion of this training, the participant will earn 1.5 clock
hours (.2 CEUs) of training.
- Define and explore the difference between praise and
- Analyze criteria for Determining Effective
Core Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies
and Interactions with Children and Youth
Individual Child/Youth Guidance
Identify - A. Understands behavior is a type of
communication – a way to express or exchange ideas, thoughts, or feelings with
Environments and Curriculum
Physical Environment and Activities
Apply - B. Shows warmth, caring, and respect for children,
youth, and others as individuals.
Social/Emotional, and Cognitive Development:
Apply - A. Pays attention to and interacts with
children and youth.
Language and Communication
Apply - A. Responds to communication
Apply - C. Encourages children and youth to try new
Primary QIS Scales Addressed:
II- Supportive Environment
II-I Fostering Growth Mindset
III- Interactive Environment
III-K Sense of Belonging