Adult Code of Conduct: Maryland 4H expects adults- participating in programs to conduct themselves in an acceptable manner and in accordance with the Maryland 4-H Code of Conduct outlined on the reverse of this document. Adults, both parents and volunteers, who engage in unacceptable conduct are subject to sanctions. Maryland 4 -H enrollment follows the calendar year. 4 -H youth members and adult volunteers must enroll in the Maryland 4-H program each year to participate in 4-H clubs, projects, programs, events, and activities. Each year on January 1 the 4-H Online system “re -sets” all youth and adult membership records for the new year. Shortly.
adult learning Understanding from neuroscience that the learning is just beginning when your workshop is done and what more you can do to keep learn-ing and motivation going. Motivating learners and Sustaining their learning Winter “The noblest pleasure is the . COMMUNITY PROGRAMS ADULT RELEASE AND INFORMED CONSENT STATEMENT In consideration of the University of Maryland’s acceptance of my participation in the CRS Non-Credit Instruction Program, including the use of CRS facilities and equipment, I, for myself, my heirs, personal representative(s) and assigns hereby represent and agree as follows: 1.
University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens without regard to race, color, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or national origin. Updated for Extension Name and Logo Change 3/ AMT 3/ Author: J. Willard Lemaster. í ADULT LEARNING DIGEST Learning and Influence through Stories and Storytelling Winter In This Digest Are you a storyteller? The Influence Business Why Story? Your Brain on Stories Adult Learning and Stories What are Stories? 6 Types of Stories for Influencingin the service of facilitating learning and motivating change.