In this section you will find the details of all the workshops conducted with all the three age groups. According to developmental psychology the life of a child is been divided in three main segments namely
One would realize that every age segment has its own unique attributes and hence requirements. Keeping in mind the same the three special curriculum have been designed with special activities. For example in the curriculum of early childhood after every month to retain the learning related stories are told. As children of this age are more attached to the stories and can personify with the same. Similarly the middle childhood curriculum have more of activities and engaging interventions & for the teenage we change the way they think by relating to their personal interest which promises 100% change in the behavior of children.
The theory of planned behavior is a theory about the link between attitudes and behavior. It was proposed by Icek Ajzen as an extension of the theory of reasoned action. It is one of the most predictive persuasion theories. It has been applied to studies of the relations among beliefs, attitudes, behavioral intentions and behaviors in various fields. If people evaluated the suggested behavior as positive (attitude), and if they think their significant others wanted them to perform the behavior (subjective norm), this results in a higher intention (motivation) and they are more likely to do so. A high correlation of attitudes and subjective norms to behavioral intention, and subsequently to behavior has been confirmed. We know that behavior do change over time. Behavioral intent and behavior must be measured at the same time for us to expect that they will relate. Reasoned action states that attitudes, together with subjective norms, determine behavioral intent. This means that if a person’s attitude changes, his or her behavioral intent will probably change to. So, if we try to change people’s behavioral intent and then wait to measure