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The Up2Us Sports-Based Youth Development Model
Transcript of The Up2Us Sports-Based Youth Development Model
What kids find at an SBYD program:
Critical Challenges (health, academic failure, violence)
Community Assets (stakeholders, families, churches, parks, etc.)
THEY HAVE FRIENDS THERE
THEY HAVE ACCESS TO IT
Great SBYD programs have high-quality, well-trained coaches who build strong relationships with youth and promote competence-building in sport and life skills.
Great SBYD programs are in tune with the context of their target audience and home community.
Great SBYD programs have a solid foundation of administrative practices and procedures that help support everything else.
Strong SBYD organizations have intentional program designs that appeal to kids and engage them in powerful experiences on and off the field.
Great SBYD programs promote safety of all kinds and promote home field advantage for young people.
COMPETENCE-BUILDING and INTENTIONAL LINKAGES BETWEEN SPORT AND LIFE
MODERATE-VIGOROUS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY (MVPA)
What Kids Get From SBYD Programs:
WHAT WE KNOW:
SPORTS-BASED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
SPORT + HIA's + MVPA
Self-Awareness = knowing your own strengths and weaknesses
Situational Awareness = being able to figure out what's around you
Positive Identity = the feeling that you're a pretty good person
Discipline = the ability to keep working at something, even when it's hard
Social Confidence = using your voice in group settings
Future Focus = having goals and setting aside current things to achieve them
Pro-Social Connections = maintaining relationships with others
Plan B Thinking = having another option
We start with a KID - who comes with a CONTEXT
Kids choose an SBYD program based on three main characteristics
At Up2Us, our greatest area of influence iS COACHES
We also know that many of the kids we serve have experienced trauma - things like extreme poverty, food insecurity, domestic violence, or an incarcerated parent)
This makes a difference to how we COACH.
Relationships - both with adults and peers - are the heart of any SBYD program. It is these vital connections that result in positive things for kids.
Safety is not just that there isn't glass on the field - it's that kids are protected emotionally, physically, and psychologically.
All humans need moderate-vigorous physical activity, and it's especially important for young people. Great SBYD programs incorporate lots of fun, sweaty, MVPA for all kids.
When kids learn new things, they gain confidence. Great SBYD programs integrate learning life skills into their sport programs, so kids can make linkages between sport and life.
Culture holds the five elements of SBYD together - it's the GLUE
When all of these things happen in a great SBYD program, the result is positive outcomes.
Individually, sport, high-impact attributes, and MVPA all achieve positive outcomes.
The High-Impact Attributes are research-based outcomes that are especially good for kids. If they have these eight characteristics, they will be more likely to make great choices and be successful.
SBYD happens with you combine SPORT with the HIA's and MVPA. When this occurs, positive outcomes are AMPLIFIED.
There are THREE amplified outcomes we are especially excited about in SBYD.
HEALTH - both mental and physical
EDUCATION - grade promotion and high school graduation
DELINQUENCY PREVENTION - avoiding violence
Up2Us is proud to support SBYD organizations nationwide to achieve these powerful youth outcomes.