What’s On Your Island?
Our hope is to create an unparalleled opportunity for people to share their unique capabilities with creating and delivering recovery-oriented, person-centered and culturally-competent curriculum in PROS programs.
Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. ~Ettiene Wenger
- Approaches to preparing and writing curriculum
- How to facilitate curriculum-based groups
- How to create a consumer-driven program
- Curriculum you use or developed
- Innovative ideas and practices
- Download and try out new curriculum
- Give and receive feedback
- Meet other PROS practitioners from across New York State
Where Can I Find More Curriculum?
There are a number of institutions, organizations and communities across the globe creating exciting new curriculum that can be used in your PROS program.
Check out the links and introduce yourselves to the authors. One of the greatest ways to improve your use of a curriculum is to make a connection with the people involved in its creation. They may have helpful hints and advice on how to best reach your target audience.
We encourage you to share your experience in PROS TALKS!
- Who did you support with the curriculum?
- How was the curriculum adapted or incorporated into your program design?
- What did people say about their experience with the curriculum?
- What were the outcomes?
- What would you suggest for people who may want to use this curriculum in the future?