Explain the cultural and environmental influences that may help or hinder implementation of the campaign
Child Development is a field of study that covers different aspects of biological, mental, cognitive, and physical development of children. Within the field of Child Development, campaigns are often created as an effort to inform audiences about a specific issue, achieve a particular goal, or help support the development of an objective. Funding to support campaigns is generally awarded based on campaign proposals. You will create a proposal that addresses a specific topic.
Read the following scenario and example of YOUTH DEVELOPMENT. Next, develop a campaign proposal that you might use in your current or future professional role. Please address each of the following content and written communication expectations provided with this assignment.
Scenario: A large non-profit organization in the United States is looking to fund a national Child Development Campaign that brings awareness to a topic of importance in the field of child development. You have been selected to apply for this opportunity and develop a campaign. Your goal for this assignment is to create a campaign that draws on the knowledge you have learned in ECE205.
•Summary (2 points): Summarize the mission of the campaign and the contribution to the field of child development.
•Relevance (2 points): Explain your rationale for the development of this campaign and why it is relevant to you as a professional COUNSELOR
•Theoretical Lens (2 points): Discuss why the campaign topic is relevant to a specific age and stage. Use theories of child development to support your rationale.
•Proposal Overview (2 points): Discuss the historical, biological, environmental, and cultural influences that have impacted this campaign topic throughout the last 2 decades.
•problem statement (1 point): Explain why this campaign topic needs to be addressed and the importance it has on the developing child (physical, socio-emotional, and cognitive).
•Family/Community Impact (2 points): Explain how the campaign influences families and communities, using specific examples.
•Influences (2 points): Explain the cultural and environmental influences that may help or hinder implementation of the campaign.
•Rationale (1 point): Discuss why this campaign needs to be implemented and what possible consequences there may be if the topic is not addressed.
•Process (2.5 points): Discuss the environments where this campaign will be implemented to nurture the physical, socio-emotional and cognitive growth of the children you will be working with.
•Implications (2.5 points): Explain the anticipated long-term implications of the campaign.
•Effectiveness (2.5 points): Explain how you will determine effectiveness. Include specifics about the type of evidence you will use to determine effectiveness.
Written Communication Expectations
•Page Requirement (0.5 point): 3 to 5 pages, excluding title and references pages.