Unit Two: Understanding the Needs, Demographic, Settings, and Challenges Unit Two Introduction Family life education is relevant across the lifespan. Family life educators need to be cognizant of the participants involved in their programs. Who is your program audience? Answering this question may include knowledge of the demographic data for your community, as well as learner backgrounds, needs, interests, and goals. The family life educator must also understand and take into account the role of culture, the characteristics of diverse groups of people, developmental stages and generations, family structure, class, race and ethnicity, and individuals or families with special needs. Family life education happens in numerous settings. In fact, the potential for family education venues is endless. The variety of settings in which family life education is offered creates both challenges and opportunities. Family life education needs to relate to people where they live, work, and spend their time. However, each setting has its own expectations and limitations that need to be recognized. Unit Two Outcomes Upon completion of this unit you should be able to: 1. Outline the needs of various family life education program audiences. 2. Characterize the demographic issues that impact family life education audiences. 3. Outline the various settings in which family life education can be delivered. 4. Characterize the challenges, expectations and limitations of various FLE settings. 5. Discuss trends, issues and challenges associated with understanding your family life education program audience. 6. Discuss trends, issues and challenges associated with understanding your family life education program settings. 7. Outline content, strengths & weaknesses of an online FLE program. 8. Review and rate the program for its usefulness. 9. Select a topic for the course project. 10. Select an audience for the course project. 11. Select a setting for the course project. 2.1 Text/Media Textbook: Family Life Education: Working with Families across the Life Span Media Link: Thats Not Cool https://www.thatsnotcool.com/ Media Link: Fireworks https://www.k-state.edu/wwparent/courses/fireworks/index.html Instructions 1. Read and reflect on Chapters 3 & 4 in Family Life Education: Working with Families across the Life Span. 2. Review the two media links: Thats Not Cool and Fireworks. Assignments 2.4 Course Project: Topic and Audience Selection Introduction To gain experience in developing Family Life Education program, you will develop a FLE program based on theory and/or research. Your topic must fit within one of the ten content areas for CFLE, and be approved in this unit. In Units 1-6, you will be completing a Program Development Plan Assignment that will be used in designing, implementing and evaluating your program project. This week you will select a program topic, audience and setting for your Family Life Education course project. Then, you will write a paper outlining the rationale for your choices. Instructions 1. Use Appendix A and Appendix B in Family Life Education: Working with Families across the Life Span to aid you in this assignment. Also review your readings from chapters 3 and 4. 2. The successful completion of this assignment requires the following: o Choosing a Family Life Education (FLE) audience within the framework of one of the four major life stages: 1) Childhood; 2) Adolescence; 3) Adulthood; 4) Later Adulthood o Choosing a Family Life Education Topic Area: ? Families in Society ? Interpersonal Relationships ? Internal Dynamics of Families ? Family Resource Management ? Human Growth and Development ? Parent Education and Guidance ? Human Sexuality ? Family Law and Public Policy ? Ethics o Choosing a Family Life Education Setting: ? Church ? School ? Community Center ? Online Program 3. After making your selections, write a one-page paper outlining your choices as well as your rationale for making your choices. Include in your report the ways in which your topic will be of benefit to you as a future family life educator and how you will develop and use this topic to teach and to serve the community. 4. Remember, the topic must be specific in its scope. Possible examples include but are not limited to the following: o Helping Children Understand, Express, and Regulate Their Emotions. o 10 Keys to Enhancing Parent-Adolescent Communication. o The Dos and Donts of Balancing Work and Family in Early Adulthood. o Social Security Benefits in Later Adulthood: What You Need to Know. 5. Submit your paper as a Word document.
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