Field trips provide great opportunities for youth to gain new knowledge as well as develop stronger social and emotional skills, or what the 4-H program calls life skills. Many of these field trips rely on chaperones who are often untrained volunteers. These chaperones are responsible for trip participants after formal trip activities are over, and this often involves running end-of-the-day meetings. This publication offers chaperones and other interested adults and youth some tools for running an effective and engaging meeting that promotes a positive learning experience for participants.
Youth and Families
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