1. You can say no to activities that you think are wrong.
2. You can identify the positive and negative consequences of behavior.
3. You try to make sure that everyone in a group is treated fairly.
4. You think you should workto get something‚ if you really want it.
5. You make decisions to help achieve your goals.
6. You know how to organize
This instrument can be found on pages 68-69 of Assessing Outcomes in Child and Youth Programs: A Practical Handbook‚ available online at: http://fyi.uwex.edu/topic/youth/
Point values are assigned as follows:
1= Not at all like you to 4= Very much like you
Permission: Not needed to use this scale.
Oman‚ R. F.‚ Vesely‚ S.K.‚ McLeroy‚ K.R.‚ Harris-Wyatt‚ V.‚ Aspy‚ C.B.‚ Rodine‚ S. & Marshall‚L. (2002). Reliability and validity of the youth asset survey. Journal of Adolescent Health (31)‚ 247-255.