Facilitation Strategies to Address Virtual Burnout Among Youth in TPP Programs Webinar

0.50 hr
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Fidelity and Adaptations Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
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With so much time spent in virtual classroom settings, youth have expressed feelings of burnout. During this session, speakers from Healthy Teen Network shared feedback from youth about their experiences with virtual learning and provide strategies that teen pregnancy prevention (TPP) program staff can use to avoid contributing to burnout. Participants had the opportunity to share their own experiences among peers in small group breakout rooms. This webinar is intended for TPP staff who are responsible for facilitating virtual programs.

Participants were approved after registering through Zoom.


  • Genevieve Martinez-Garcia, PhD, Director, Innovation & Research, Healthy Teen Network
  • Valerie Sedivy, PhD, Director, Capacity Building & Evaluation, Healthy Teen Network 

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify challenges youth experience in virtual learning environments and factors that contribute to burnout.
  2. Identify opportunities and actionable steps to address challenges that staff can apply to prevent burnout in virtual programs.

Time: 0.5 hour

Certificate of Completion: Yes - available after completing the evaluation at the end of the recording