New Education Transformation Videos
The University of Oregon’s Substance Abuse Prevention Program sponsored the production of this video on making prevention education—all education, for that matter—personal. These videos walk you through each of the three phases of the personalized prevention process: Crystallize, Personalize, and Relationalize (C.P.R.).
For learning to be powerful and life-changing it must be personal. These videos walk you through three ingredients that must be in place to move educational approaches from abstract and impersonal to concrete, personal, and life-changing.
I want to thank the University of Oregon’s Substance Abuse Prevention Program for this opportunity. Bryan and Sabine, thank you for your help planning, filming, and formatting the footage.
Part 1: Introduction to Personalized Prevention Education
Part 2: C.P.R. A Meta-Curriculum for Personalized Prevention Education
Part 3: Crystallize Your Message
Part 4: Personalize Your Methods
Part 5: Relationalize Your Approach
Part 6: Get Away from Group-think
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