4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
4-H Youth Development Program

CA 4-H Learning and Development

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Using the eXtension Learning Management System (LMS), 4-H volunteers, staff and youth members have opportunities to advance skills and knowledge in 4-H youth development and educational practices.

Below are tools to access the eXtension system and participate in online learning and development. 

Announcements

2018-19 Appointment/Re-Appointment Trainings close on June 29, 2019

Access to the 2018-19 New and Returning Volunteer Trainings will close at 12 pm on June 29, 2019.  Please complete your required Appointment/Re-Appointment trainings for the 2018-19 program year before then. 

Legacy Courses

Legacy courses are some of the first e-learning courses CA 4-H offered.  These courses require the use of Flash media and may not work on all systems.  Technical support for these trainings is no longer provided.   

Helping Youth Discover Their Spark

The purpose of this course is to define what a spark is and its importance in the lives of young people, discuss the role of a spark champion and learn how to have a spark conversation with young people. This course is approximately 15 minutes long. Click here to take the course.

Understanding the G.P.S. Goal Management System

The purpose of this course is to define goal management, introduce the G.P.S. process and practice using the G.P.S. model of Goal Management. This course is approximately 15 minutes long. Click here to take the course.

Growth Mindset Training

The purpose of this course is to define what a growth mindset and a fixed mindset are and are not and to discuss and learn strategies for encouraging a growth mindset. This course is approximately 15 minutes long. Click here to take the course.

Self-Reflection and the Indicators of Thriving

The purpose of this course is to discuss the importance of self reflection in 4-H Youth Development Programs, define the indicators of thriving and their role in the development of 4-H youth, and explore ways to incorporate self reflection and the indicators of thriving into project meetings. This course is approximately 15 minutes long. Click here to take the course.

  

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