Thearchived webinars also can be purchased for one year of unlimited classroom use. The cost is $75 per webinar for NCFR's CFLE-approved academic programs, and $150 for non-CFLE-approved programs. To purchase a webinar for classroom use, please email Morgan Cole.
In this webinar, led by Jodi Dworkin, Ph.D., Jessie Rudi, M.A., and Jennifer Doty, M.S., we will address what research reveals about parents as users of social networking sites (SNS). Specifically, we will consider what affects parents' SNS use and what the outcomes are of that use.
In this introductory webinar, Marlene Lobberecht, MS, CFLE, will discuss basic public policy information, including how to get involved, the difference between advocacy and lobbying, and 10 of the 11 advocacy levels, with specific tips to help the novice become a more professional issue advocate.
In this webinar Dr. Alan Hawkins, Ph.D., and Jennifer Jay, M.MFT, LCMFT, will discuss methodology for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and subsequent Meta-analysis. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA)will be used as a guide for conducting a Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis. The presentation wraps up with specific examples provided on Meta-Analyses conducted by Dr. Hawkins.
Family Life Education programming involves several components, including the curriculum, the participants, and the leader. The leader characteristics are often neglected in decision-making and planning for programming. In this webinar Karen Myers-Bowman, Ph.D., CFLE, and Judy Myers-Walls, Ph.D., CFLE, will discuss activities and information that will help you identify how your background and training, role, teaching style/approach, philosophy/theoretical framework, culture, and values impact the effectiveness of your programming.