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The results do provide a hopeful picture for the future: these youth valued diversity and inclusion in 4-H programs, and they seemed especially excited about the possible learning opportunities when people from different backgrounds come together.
At camps children have the opportunity to try out both familiar and novel activities that may encourage them to continue being active after the camp is over.
Dr. Jane Mendle finds time to connect with the media to translate her research into easy-to-read articles for the general public.
Children often learn in school about appropriate online behavior and media literacy. But they don’t have anywhere to practice those skills before they jump onto real-world social media sites
What does the research tell us about how young people use social media? And what can educators do to teach youth how to use social media in productive, positive ways?
Monica Wassel and Julia Lesnick worked with county Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) offices to do applied research this summer.
Dr. Rachel Sumner presented Perceived and Actual Gender Differences in Purpose Content at the Second Annual Purpose Conference.
This year, two representatives from PRYDE attended and presented their research at the New York State Association of Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H Educators Conference (NYSACCE4-HE) in Ellicottville, NY on October 10th -12th.
One of the missions of PRYDE is to make it easier for researchers to translate their work into implementable youth programs through Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE).