This is an assignment that discusses the Imagining the future of YD and Nature. This should be related to youth development.
Imagining the future of YD and Nature related to youth development
For this Discussion Board, you will think about emerging trends related to youth development and also nature and share a vision for the future using the Week #7 readings (provided below). That’s right…you get to be a futurist!!!!
· Firstly, review the readings (provided below) by Louv (2012); Christiana et al. (2017); Chevalier at la. (2012); Larson et al. (2018); Browning et al. (2019), and D’Amore (2015). Consequently, please do not use the Family Nature Toolkit reading by the Children and Nature Network for this DB. It’s more of a resource than a reading.)
· Secondly, make a prediction for what will be occurring within the study of youth development and nature based on your perspective on the readings. Additionally, you can use other readings (if you choose) to support your prediction. However, your prediction needs to be solidly grounded in one or more of this week’s readings.
· Thirdly, be sure to provide a detailed explanation of your prediction including how it relates to points in the readings. For example, how (if at all) does your prediction reflect emerging trends in YD programming, public policy, and research. Additionally, include funding, demographic trends, societal trends, technology trends, participation trends, and so on?
Below are the requirements that are to used in Formatting Paper:
1.) Submit Paper in MS Word Format
2.) Follow APA Format (6th. Edition). However, make sure to properly site the sources in the paper)
3.) 12point Font – Times New Roman
4.) Additionally, ensure it is error Free
5.) Then, it must Meet Assigned Word Length
6.) Reference Requirements
7.) Lastly, it should be double Spaced
8.) The required readings and also references are attached in the attachment below.
Lastly, this is the Readings and References where you are to use as sources for this assignment.
· Louv, R. (2012). The nature principle: Human restoration and the end of nature-deficit disorder. Algonquin Books. (This reading includes the introduction and chapter 1) The Nature Principle Introduction (Louv, 2011).pdf