Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

Train the Trainer Code Camp

Next Generation Extension is all about professional development….this one however is a bit more specific to youth educators. Join this Train the Trainer Code Camp and learn how to help youth excel at problem solving in all subject areas! This … Continue reading

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Trends with Teens

Curious about what is really going on with today’s youth?  This webinar will highlight key youth trends from national data sets.  A time for discussion about implications and programming delivery will also be included in the webinar.  Michelle Krehbiel Michelle … Continue reading

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Mission Impossible or Possible: Work and Life Balance

How in the world can we obtain a good work and life balance, especially in the field of Extension? Within this webinar, participants will see what we can do as professionals to make “Mission Impossible”  possible, by reviewing research about work … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

“People are like lightening…they follow the path of least resistance.” ~Deb Weitzenkamp You have probably heard me say this before…but I find it just is so true.  When working with 4-H families or colleagues, I’ve seen over and over again … Continue reading

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What is Next Gen Extension?

What is Next Gen Extension? Been hearing about some interesting PD Next Gen Extension is offering or recently read something unique and beneficial on the Next Gen blog? Been simply wondering what the Next Gen Extension Interest group is and … Continue reading

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Don’t let your einstellung get in the way!

Leah Gremm recently told me that she likes to challenge herself to learn one new word each day….whether that is a new English word, or in another language….she thinks it’s fun to throw these words into a workshop with her … Continue reading

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A few weeks ago Carrie Gottschalk presented at Kimmel Education & Research Center on Behavior Management.  One of the strategies she talked about was reframing our perceptions of what was actually happening, and in the reframing process to think about … Continue reading

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