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Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth

Date: June 30, 2014

The Native Youth Project (NYP) was a national learning collaborative facilitated by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), Healthy Teen Network, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that engaged seven community-based organizations serving American Indian youth to support the communities to select, adapt, and implement evidence-based programs. However, what the…

Citation: Desiderio, G., Garrido, M., Martínez García, G., and Eisler, A. (2014). Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Learning Walks: Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Date: June 30, 2014

To uncover and share the invisible work behind the concrete and measurable deliverables, Healthy Teen Network conducted Learning Walks with three agencies. Learning Walk is a popular strategy used in the education field by which an external observer visits a community to document lessons learned, provide input to guide decision-making for future project funding, and…

Citation: Martínez García, G., and Garrido, M. (2014). Learning Walks: Indigenous Peoples Task Force. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Learning Walks: First Nations Community Health Source

Date: June 30, 2014

To uncover and share the invisible work behind the concrete and measurable deliverables, Healthy Teen Network conducted Learning Walks with three agencies. Learning Walk is a popular strategy used in the education field by which an external observer visits a community to document lessons learned, provide input to guide decision-making for future project funding, and gain understanding of the impact that…

Citation: Garrido, M., and Sedivy, V. (2014). Learning Walks: First Nations Health Source. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Learning Walks: Wind River

Date: June 30, 2014

To uncover and share the invisible work behind the concrete and measurable deliverables, Healthy Teen Network conducted Learning Walks with three agencies. Learning Walk is a popular strategy used in the education field by which an external observer visits a community to document lessons learned, provide input to guide decision-making for future project funding, and…

Citation: Sedivy, V., and Garrido, M. (2014). Learning Walks: Wind River Tribal Youth. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Picture Perfect: A Snapshot of What Helps Teen Families Grow & Thrive (Infographic)

Date: June 3, 2014

Pregnant and parenting teens are extremely motivated to offer their children a good life, and with the right supports, they can be successful adults and parents. Healthy Teen Network’s new infographic, “Picture Perfect: A Snapshot of What Helps Teen Families Grow & Thrive,” illustrates the diverse and unique needs teen parents have with growing up…

Citation: Gilmore, C., Eisler, A. (2014). Picture Perfect: A Snapshot of what helps teen families grow & thrive. Baltimore, Maryland: Healthy Teen Network. http://healthyteennetwork/resources/picture-perfect/
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Another Chance: Preventing Additional Births to Teen Mothers

Date: May 5, 2014

This report by Lorraine Klerman, DrPH, summarizes what is known about additional births to teen mothers, the dimensions of the problem, the factors that seem to increase the chances of such births occurring to teen mothers, their consequences, and the potential for prevention. The primary focus of the 49-page report is a critical review and…

Citation: Lorraine V. Klerman. (2014). Another Chance: Preventing Additional Births to Teen Mothers. Baltimore: Author.
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HECAT Module 2: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The Characteristics of Effective Curricula

Date: March 27, 2014

Access the second of 6 recorded mini-webinars here. These mini-webinars were designed as an introduction to (or refresher) to the HECAT, or Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT). Get the other 5 mini-webinars and handouts here.

Citation: Valerie Sedivy. (2014). HECAT Module 2: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The Characteristics of Effective Curricula. Baltimore: Author.
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HECAT Module 3: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The National Health Education Standards

Date: March 27, 2014

Access the third of 6 recorded mini-webinars here. These mini-webinars were designed as an introduction to (or refresher) to the HECAT, or Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT). Get the other 5 mini-webinars and handouts here.

Citation: Valerie Sedivy. (2014). HECAT Module 3: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The National Health Education Standards. Baltimore: Author.
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Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT)

Date: March 27, 2014

Healthy Teen Network provides trainings, workshops, technical assistance, and other customized capacity-building assistance to support the use of the HECAT, or Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT). Learn more about our capacity-building assistance, or complete a Service Request Form for more information. HECAT Resources All about the HECAT! Mini-Webinar Series These six recorded “mini-webinars” were…

Citation: Sedivy, V. (2014). HECAT online learning series. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Tip Sheet: Classroom Management

Date: January 21, 2014

Frontline staff require classroom management skills and supervisor support to create a safe space and productive learning environment for adolescent pregnancy prevention program delivery. This tip sheet describes strategies for frontline staff to prevent and respond to challenging student behavior, as well as tips for how supervisors can support staff’s efforts to manage the classroom…

Citation: Ashley, O. S., & Chilcoat, D. (2014). Tip sheet: Classroom management. Washington, DC: Administration on Children, Youth and Families, Family and Youth Services Bureau.
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