Program Design Strategy to Increase Participant Capacity
For 2017, Epsilon Sigma Phi introduces our first peer-reviewed webinar series. This second webinar will share strategies for successful program design and delivery which challenge and support program participants to strengthen competence, build connections and lead with confidence. Using program evaluation data, we will illustrate how University of Minnesota Extension Center for Community Vitality staff have successfully designed and delivered leadership programs using an approach focused on a “Four S” concept. Since 2012 we have used concepts of scaffolding, scope, sequence and strategy (Four S) to plan several of our leadership curriculums. In this webinar we will share examples using the NELD NC Program (National Extension Leadership Development, North Central Region).
- Jody Horntvedt, Extension Educator, Community Vitality: Leadership & Civic Engagement, University of Minnesota Extension
- Tobias (Toby) Spanier, Extension Educator, Community Youth Development Program Area and the Center for Community Vitality, University of Minnesota Extension
Epsilon Sigma Phi (ESP) is dedicated to fostering standards of excellence in the Extension System and developing the Extension profession and professional.
This webinar is presented on behalf of Epsilon Sigma Phi (ESP) to support our mission of professional development. Our organization provides its members with many other benefits. If you are interested in joining ESP, email the National ESP office, firstname.lastname@example.org for membership information.
After you register for the Webinar, you will receive an email message which will include the connection link as well as a phone number to call if you're unable to participate via the web or the Zoom smart phone app.
Jody Horntvedt, Tobias Spanier