Dads Make a Difference: Middle School Curriculum.

Year Published
2009
Author (Individual)
Endersbe, Julie.
Author (Organization)
Dads Make a Difference.
Resource Type
Training Materials
Resource Format
Audio Visual
Unbound
Resource Language
English
The Dads Make a Difference (DMAD) middle school curriculum is a positive youth development, pregnancy prevention, paternity education program in which male and female high school teens trained as peer educators teach middle school-age youth about the importance of fathers in children's lives, about the responsibilities of being a parent, including legal responsibilities, and about the importance of making responsible choices about risky behavior so as not to become a parent too soon.

Curriculum includes: an 18-minute video, four activity-based lessons taught by high school-aged teens to middle school-age youth, eight supplemental activities, and a two-day intensive training session for teen peer educators and adult advisors. (Author abstract modified)

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