Imagine that you have been contacted by a local school to present a seminar for parents. Your seminar should be entitled,
“Promoting Positive Development: What Can a Parent Do?”
In this seminar, you will want to provide concrete tips for parents that reflect the latest research findings on promoting positive development in children OR adolescents.
Create an outline for the seminar of the topics you will cover and the tips you will provide; make sure to include information for each domain (physical, cognitive, and psychosocial) as well as theories to help parents understand their role in development. Also include information about parenting styles, and at least one activity for those in attendance to engage in that is about parenting styles (this could be an activity to determine their parenting styles; a role play that allows them to see different parenting styles respond to a specific scenario, etc).
You must also create handout(s) to give to the parents who attend your seminar. A brochure would be most useful for parents who are looking for information on promoting development in their children.
Support your seminar with at least five references from research conducted in the past 2 years. If you cannot find recent research in the library, consider sources such as the American Psychological Association and other reliable sources.
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