The goal of imAlone is to provide Families with tools and guidance as they help their children move toward adulthood and independence. Each lesson follows the 4-H Experiential Learning Model which is explained in the introduction of the imAlone Guide.
The imAlone materials consist of a Facilitator Guide, Youth Workbook, Parent Guide, an interactive CD, and an accompanying imAlone Kit. The CD can be used by youth in a Youth Technology Lab, an Operation: Military Kids Mobile Technology Lab, or on their home computer. It can also be used to support the learning process in the classroom and at home. Questionnaires, games, and scenarios support each workshop lesson and make it fun.
| imAlone Facilitator Guide|
The imAlone Facilitator Guide includes information for both youth and parent workshops. The youth workshop sections – Powering Up and Online with your House – each have three to four lessons. Each lesson includes: lesson time, the objectives, activity time, a list of supplies, activity instructions and reflection/application questions.
| imAlone Parent Guide|
The imAlone Parent Guide consists of imAlone background and supports the Family assignments.
The imAlone Youth Workbook contains student copies of each lessons’ handouts, Family assignments, and imAlone support materials.