Afterschool Matters: Creative Programs That Connect Youth Development and Student Achievement / Edition 1
  • Afterschool Matters: Creative Programs That Connect Youth Development and Student Achievement / Edition 1
  • Afterschool Matters: Creative Programs That Connect Youth Development and Student Achievement / Edition 1

Afterschool Matters: Creative Programs That Connect Youth Development and Student Achievement / Edition 1

by Sara L. Hill, Glynda A. Hull
     
 

This book addresses the challenges of designing effective afterschool activities, provides quality program models from experts in the field, and aligns learning standards with youth development principles.See more details below

Overview

This book addresses the challenges of designing effective afterschool activities, provides quality program models from experts in the field, and aligns learning standards with youth development principles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412941242
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
10/08/2007
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
7.10(w) x 9.78(h) x 0.36(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword - Glynda Hull
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Editor
About the Contributors
Introduction
1. The Science Mentoring Project: How Student-to-Student Mentoring Can Encourage Student Motivation, Participation, and Inquiry - Cheri Fancsali
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
2. In Addition Afterschool Mathematics Program: Helping Students Learn to Think Critically - Judith McVarish
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
3. Civic Connections: Practicing Democracy Through Debate Clubs in the Out-of-School Time Hours - Georgia Hall
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
4. So You Want to Be a Superhero? How the Art of Making Comics in an Afterschool Setting Develops Young People’s Creativity, Literacy, and Identity - Sarita Khurana
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
5. Hair-Raising Experiences: “Doing Hair” and Literacy in an Afterschool Reading and Writing Workshop for African American Adolescent Girls - Daneell Edwards
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
6. Fabulous Fashions: Links to Learning and Life - Anne L. Thompson
Introduction
Theoretical Framework
Program Context and Design
Academic Standards
Youth Development
Other Benefits and Competencies
Summary
Replication in Other Contexts
References
Index

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