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Design a Proposal for a Family Life Education Experience

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The 10 Family Life Education content areas can be found here.

PART A

Choose  one of the 10 FLE content areas, and design an educational program that  addresses that area. Provide a description of program, including these  topics:

  • What FLE content area are you addressing?
  • Of all the needs that families and individual have, why did you choose this topic?
  • Why do you feel there is a need for this kind of program?
  • Can you point to any similar existing programs? How will yours be different or better?
  • Goals of the Program: what do you hope participants gain by participating?
  • Target audience: families, kids, teachers, siblings? 
    • Why do you think this is the right audience?
  • Format: face-to-face meetings (one or more?), online, phone, booklet, blog, newsletter, video? 
    • Why do you think this is the right format?
  • What topics will you cover? Why?
  • What kinds of people can you enlist to help you make this program stronger?
  • What kind of funding will you need? Who might provide that funding?
  • What do you think the strengths of your program will be? What will the weaknesses be?
  • After the program is over, how will you assess if it met its goals?

PART B

Reflecting  on elements presented in PART A of the assignment, create a brochure  that highlights elements of what you have discussed in PART A and  elements that will attract families to your program. This is your own  family life education program. Share your vision for the program through  the creation of a brochure that provides parents with an overview of  what the program would entail. Review specific areas from PART A that  you would want to include in the brochure to make it both informative  and inviting for families.