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Washington State University 4-H Challenge Course (LG)

Jeff FabbiShushan , Arno Bergstrom , Jerry Newman ,

Life skills can give youth a positive self-concept and teach them effective interpersonal relations, sound decision making, and good physical development. Developed through the 4-H component of Extension, the challenge course uses educational models to promote growth in thinking, social interaction, emotional independence and identity, and physical involvement. Youth progress through competency stages, learning safety procedures and group decision making appropriate for each activity. Higher competencies involve technical ropes training.

Department(s): Youth and Families
Pages / Length: 112
Publication Date: 1999-02-01
Copies in Stock: 26

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