2 edition of Peer education handbook found in the catalog.
Peer education handbook
|Contributions||Karp, Miriam., Eastern Health and Social Services Board, Northern Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
Peer Education Trainer's Manual. Publish date: February 4, Note: This is an archived resource. It is provided here for general reference, but users are advised to refer to other sources to confirm information. See full site Disclaimer. A peer education program is a way of improving services by spreading needed information throughout a community. Through such programs, people can gain the knowledge and skills to strengthen their communities, advocate for themselves and their needs, and assert more control over their lives.
Tuko Pamoja: A Guide for Peer Educators was developed by PATH and is part of the Kenya Adolescent Reproductive Health Project’s Tuko Pamoja (We are together) series. It is based on, and complements, KARHP’s Adolescent Reproductive Health and Life Skills Curriculum. This guide was developed by Stephanie Martin with significant input from. as Reading Helpers: A Peer Tutor Training Manual is a complete package for training peer reading tutors. Peer tutoring answers the nagging problem of delivering effective reading support to the many struggling young readers in our schools. Furthermore, peer-tutoring programs can improve.
"Student Services: A Handbook for the Profession is a rich addition to the bookshelf of anyone embarking upon a career in student affairs. It builds on the comprehensive nature of previous editions but integrates important updates and perspectives on more current and urgent issues, posing questions and activities at the end of each chapter."Reviews: Alameda County. Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) Peer Educator Handbook. Training Tobacco/E-Cig/VAPING Peer Educators. Goals for today’s training: 1. We want you to leave today with some new information on tobacco We want to demonstrate some activities that you can use or adapt when conducting tobacco/e-cig peer.
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Peer Educator Handbook. What it Means to be a Peer Educator zPeer Educator is an individual among a group of similar people who shares similar What it Means to be a Peer Educator zPeer education removes the barriers between knowledge and power zPeer Educators conduct structured activitiesFile Size: 62KB.
This participant’s handbook for training peer educators for programmes with Female Sex Workers could not have been produced without the key population community members and implementing partners who pre-tested the manual.
Brooks Anderson edited the manual, and Degrees Design Studio designed the Size: 3MB. Being a peer helper is a high-impact learning experience made intentional through the pages of this fine book.” ―Susan R.
Komives, professor of college student personnel, University of Maryland and president, Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher EducationCited by: A handbook for peer educators: addressing HIV/AIDS in the workplace / International Labour Office, ILO/USDOL HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme for Trinidad and Tobago, Peer education handbook book Subregional Office for the Caribbean.
- Port of Spain: ILO, 43 p. ISBN:. Stages of Group Development. Group development can be a roller coaster ride. Again, productive groups do not evolve as a consequence of mere luck or chance. 10 A handbook on global education, theatre pedagogy and peer education “equal”: “meaning we all learn together and that all our contributions Peer education handbook book of equal worth”.
1 Peer education is a “non-formal learning process that gives empowerment, confidence and. In view of the aforementioned, the Ministry of Education commissioned development of a Peer Educators Training Manual that would be used in schools to facilitate trainings of peer educators to be able to facilitate dialogue forums with peers on the prevention and management of emerging forms.
Peer education typically involves the members of a given group to effect changes among other members of the same group.
Peer education may also effect changes at the group or societal level, by modifying norms and stimulating collective action that leads to changes in programmes and policies. Peer education works well because it. As a Peer Educator, you need to develop the skill of facilitating small group activities.
The chart below suggests a variety of ideas for utilizing small groups. You may find this to be especially applicable to study groups but it can be adapted to many activities.
Be. • The annexes provide an annotated peer education resource list. This extensive catalogue of resources contains guidelines on peer education, research resources, peer education training manuals and related curricula on youth health prevention, resource guides, peer education journals and a list of useful web sites.
The annexes also include. The handbook has two different sections. One section is written particularly for providers who have or are in the process of implementing peer roles ("The Provider's Handbook on Developing & Implementing Peer Roles), while the other is intended for individuals working in those roles ("A Handbook for Individuals Working in Peer Roles.").
Peer education programmes are community-based. Peer education programmes tend to be quite ﬂexible, rooted in the realities of individual communities, and they can be used in a variety of settings and in combination with other activities and programmes. Peer education programmes can provide strong beneﬁts to peer educators themselves.
consultation on standards in peer education on November 8–10,in Moscow, Russia. The meeting was preceded by an electronic roundtable discussion on the subject to prepare for the consultation. During the consultation, 45 participants (peer educators, trainers, and managers working in peer education) from 22 countries.
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The Peer Education Toolkit is a group of resources designed to help program managers and master trainers of peer educators. Collectively, these tools should help develop and maintain more effective peer education programs. The five parts of the toolkit are based on research and evidence from the field as well as local examples and experiences.
Peer education -- Tips for peer educators -- Peer education: topics and activities -- Gender and HIV -- Workers' right and HIV. was developed to support ongoing HIV/AIDS workplace education activities in Trinidad and Tobago. It was one of the outputs of the ILO HIV/AIDS Workplace Education Programme for Trinidad and Tobago (), funded by the United States Department of Labor.
The Youth Peer Education Network or Y-PEER, is a global initiative pioneered by the United Nations Population Fund, spanning 48 countries across Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Africa, the Pacific, Middle East, and Latin America.
The Healthy Herd Champion Student Wellness Peer Education Program is dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyle choices to NDSU students through health and wellness programming and campus outreach while embracing overall student wellbeing.
This program strives to support the Division of Student Affairs and. Handbook for IPS Peer Specialists. In this handbook, we use male and female identifiers for simplicity, but it is not our intention to exclude the trans gender community.
How to Use This Manual. This manual was written by peer specialists and peer advocates. Agency leaders can editFile Size: KB. The Wellways Participant Handbook provides participants and families with important information on their rights and responsibilities.
Developed in collaboration with the Wellways National Consumer and Carer Advisory Committee, the Handbook explains how Wellways promotes and.
The WRAP and Peer Support Handbook: Working Together to Reclaim our Lives describes the evidence-based practice of WRAP and the evidence-based practice of peer support, demonstrating how the two work together to enhance wellness and recovery.
This book supports the effective implementation of peer support and the evidence-based WRAP peer group intervention.Peer education has been recognized as a signiﬁcant means of educat-ing youths, especially about sexual health issues. Although considered a relatively recent development, there are, however, older examples of its existence.
In Canada, the Birth Control Handbook() stands out as a stellar example of one student peer-education manual.This handbook is one in a series of practical “How-To” handbooks books can guide you as you develop a peer education project: Peer education can take place on a street corner, at a social club, in a bar, on school grounds, in a home, in a church, at a bus station, in a factory, on a farm.