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  1. Think of an experience in which you or your father (or some other father you know well) demonstrated development work in fathering (care, change). Write about this experience and submit your story to us.
  2. Discuss the concept of development work in fathering with a spouse, friend, or co-worker, including the challenges of the human condition that make development work important (change), the attendant needs of the next generation (attention and accommodation), fathers' capabilities and responsibilities (care and change) and the intended results of development work (responsive fathers and purposeful children). Send us a brief (about one page) "report" about what you learned from this discussion via email.
  3. The terms, care and change, associated with development work, are quite broad, and in professional and educational settings it is usually important to be specific. Drawing from your personal and professional background, make a list of six specific ways that fathers can demonstrate their capability and responsibility to continue and change for their children and the next generation. Send your list to us via email.