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  • A developmental framework of 4-H competition for volunteers 

    Wallace, Michael (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-08)
    There are many goals that can be obtained through the use of competition. One of these goals is the gradual emergence of a young person’s self-direction and competence as a member of their community. However, there has not ...
  • Creating safe spaces through mutual affirmation 

    Wallace, Michael; White, Alison; Deen, Mary Katherine; Jensen, Mike (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2017-12)
    4-H activities including 4-H clubs, camps, fairs, and after school programs are intended to be spaces where youth have the opportunity to develop belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity. However, developing positive ...
  • Facilitating the experience : mastering the art and science of group dynamics 

    VanderWey, Scott; Brandt, Brian; Wallace, Michael; Wood, Tim; Sullivan, Sarah; Tower, Sam; McCarley, Vicky (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2014-09)
    This manual is designed to provide initial and ongoing guidance for Adventure facilitators in youth development programs. It offers facilitators a broad overview of the common theoretical and practical methodology that ...
  • Getting started in food preservation : leader's guide 

    Wallace, Michael (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2005-09)
  • Over-involved parenting and competition in youth development programs 

    Wallace, Michael; Weybright, Elizabeth; Rohner, Bridget; Crawford, Jennifer K. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2015-09)
    Without a doubt, parenting is a difficult life project. And, while every parent wants their child to be successful, an over-involved parent steps in to solve their child's problems, complete their child's tasks, and defend ...
  • Timeless traditions : council circles in a modern world 

    Wallace, Michael (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2019-01)
    Councils, or talking circles, have long been valued by indigenous cultures as the practice for building community and consensus, making decisions, and recognizing the significance of relationships. A Council Circle is a ...