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Youth development and after-school time

Youth development and after-school time

a tale of many cities

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Published by Jossey-Bass in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community and school -- United States,
  • School-age child care -- United States,
  • School facilities -- Extended use -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGil G. Noam, Beth M. Miller, editors.
    SeriesNew directions for youth development -- no. 94.
    ContributionsNoam, Gil G., Miller, Beth M.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17608386M
    ISBN 100787963372
    OCLC/WorldCa50291444

    dissertation analyzes the role of children in long-term economic development at the community level. I use a case study of community-based, out-of-school time (OST) programs for low-income youth funded through the 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) to analyze the role of youth in economic development. The purpose of this book is to compile and publicize the best current thinking about training and professional development for youth workers. School age youth spend far more of their time outside of school than inside of school.

    STERLING SCHOOLS. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (K-5th Grade) Working in partnership with Sterling Public Schools, the YMCA offers an after school program for students currently enrolled in kindergarten-5th grade providing children with a safe & healthy environment after school.   This book examines after-school programs in light of their explosive growth in recent years. In the rush to mount programs, there is a danger of promoting weak ones of little value and failing to implement strong ones adequately. But what is quality and how can it be achieved? This book Pages:

    Unlock Youth Development Superpowers Book a Training Help your staff create a safe, healthy community. Improve rec-time, group management, and conflict resolution—through play. Whether training seasonal staff or supporting seasoned professionals, discover shared strategies for: Consistent rules and consequences Playful group management Inclusive rec-time games Kid-led conflict resolution. Resources include the book Middle- and high-school students stand to benefit from strong after-school and other out-of-school time (OST) programs. Popular topics include positive youth development, youth engagement, community collaboration, evaluation, adolescent development, and adolescent sexual health. The site is managed by ACT for.


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Alexander, Kendra P. and Hirsch, Barton J. Marketable job skills for high school students: What we learned from an evaluation of After School Matters. New Directions for Youth Development, Vol. Issue.p. 55 Cited by: Out-of-school time (OST) settings are powerful contexts for youth development when programs and services are intentionally designed.

Youth Development Principles and Practices in Out-of-School Time Settings increases the capacity of students and professionals to facilitate youths’ optimal transition to adulthood through maximizing the developmental benefits accrued by participating in OST.

Keywords 4-H adolescence after-school after-school program camp evaluation health immigrant out-of-school time physical activity positive youth development professional development program evaluation summer camp workforce youth youth development youth engagement youth leadership youth programs youth–adult partnerships.

Barton J. Hirsch is Professor of Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University. An internationally recognized authority on after-school programs and positive youth development, his earlier book, A Place to Call Home: After-School Programs for Urban Youth, won the Social Policy Award for Best Authored Book from the Society for Research on Adolescence.5/5(2).

After-School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of Success and Failure Hardcover – Septem by Barton J. Hirsch (Author), Nancy L. Deutsch (Author), David L. DuBois (Author) & 0 moreCited by: Youth development and afterschool time: policy and programming in large cities / Gil G.

Noam, Beth M. Miller, Susanna Barry --The long-term sustainability of after-school programs: the after-school corporation's strategy / Lucy N. Friedman, Mary S. Bleiberg --Positive youth development initiatives in Chicago / Renae Ogletree, Tony Bell, Natasha. Youth Development Principles and Practices in Out-of-school Time Settings (Witt & Caldwell, ) is a comprehensive resource for students and professionals who work with youth in out-of-school time programs.

The book weaves youth development theory and practice together so current and future practitioners can understand how to plan for, design Author: Jill Young. Positive Experiences + Positive Relationships + Positive Environments = Positive Youth Development.

Based on the literature, the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs, a collaboration of 21 federal departments and agencies that support youth, has created the following definition of positive youth development (PYD).

PYD is an intentional, prosocial approach that engages youth within. distinguishes successful youth development programs from other successful pro-grams for youth. A youth-centered approach also distinguishes the programs found to have positive youth development and academic outcomes through experimental and quasi-experimental evaluations of after-school programs, as reported to the.

Suggested Citation:"References."National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. Community Programs to Promote Youth gton, DC:. Principles for youth development The term youth development is used in at least three different ways, referring to a natural process of development, principles, and practices.

An after-school. The book is a must read for students and practitioners seeking to understand youth today and support their development through out-of-school time programs View Leisure Diagnostic Battery Project. The systems, often called intermediaries, coordinate the after-school programs in a city and pull them together into a cohesive whole.

All about outcomes. InEvery Hour Counts created a blueprint for measuring outcomes for youth, for after-school programs and for a city system as a whole. Outcomes for youth might be academic or social.

At the same time, a variety of youth-serving organizations, research institutions, technical assistance organizations, and funders have been working, both together and independently, to create frameworks for thinking about positive youth development (e.g., Public/Private Ventures, Chapin Hall Center for Children, the Academy for Educational.

Afterschool Webinar: Social and Emotional Learning in Out-of-School Time: Foundations and Futures (Part I) drawing on youth development practice and attempting to clarify some of the confusion that surrounds this topic. They will then share lessons learned from each of the book’s authors, ranging from what SEL looks like in programs, to.

After-School Programs to Promote Positive Youth Development, Volume 2, is a must-have resource for policy makers and related professionals, graduate students, and researchers in child and school psychology, family studies, public health, social work, law/criminal justice, and sociology.

Many out-of-school time programs experience frequent staff turnover, to the chagrin of leaders in the field. Some estimates put the turnover rate at 40%.

Children feel the impact. In one middle school youth development program in Boston, fully one-third of kids interviewed said they considered quitting the program when a staff member left.

After-School Programs and Addressing Barriers to Learning Risk can be transformed into opportunity for our youth by turning their non-school hours into the time of their lives A Matter of Time Carnegie Task Force on Education Contents Introduction 1 I.

After-school Programs as Part of a File Size: KB. After School & Youth Development Programs What It Is: A two-part hour experiential training to prepare after school educators, youth workers, and community members to develop a caring learning center environment and to reach and teach children and youth through an active learning approach that promotes human development, resiliency, and.

“In After-School Programs to Promote Positive Youth Development, editor Nancy Deutsch and her colleagues provide an overview of current research, practice, and policy on PYD. appropriate for those who are involved in developing, implementing, researching, evaluating, or.

SA Youth provides a safe place, caring adults, and positive youth development programs during the out-of-school time hours when juvenile delinquency and other risky behaviors can occur.

SA Youth Out-of-School Time Program is an Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE), administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), which provides a structured.The Growing Out-of-School Time Field Past, Present, and Future. Edited by: Helen Janc Malone Ed.D.

Tara Donahue A volume in the series: Current Issues in Out-of-School (s): Helen Janc Malone. Published The Information Age Publishing new book series, Current Issues in Out-of-School Time, is designed with a purpose to disseminate original research and promising practices that.vocabulary that will be used throughout the book.

Purpose The primary purpose of this resource is to provide school-age care/out-of-school time program practitioners with a tool to examine program practices, explore their roles and responsibilities in facilitating children‘s positive growth, development, and learning, and to.