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After-School Programs to Promote Positive Youth Development : Integrating Research into Practice and Policy, Volume 1.

By: Deutsch, Nancy L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Advances in Child and Family Policy and Practice: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (82 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319591322.Subject(s): Youth development--United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: After-School Programs to Promote Positive Youth Development : Integrating Research into Practice and Policy, Volume 1DDC classification: 362.74 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface -- Reference -- Reference -- Reference -- Contents -- Editor and Contributors -- 1 Why After-School Matters for Positive Youth Development -- Introduction -- PYD and After-School Relationship History -- Current Opportunities to Move PYD Principles More Firmly into Practice -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Key Components of Engaging After-School Programs for Children and Adolescents -- Introduction -- Two Examples: The Center for Teen Empowerment and Dorchester Bay Youth Force -- Key Program Components -- Developmental Stage and Gender-Based Demands -- Conclusions -- Recommendations -- References -- 3 Measuring Youth Participation, Program Quality, and Social and Emotional Skills in After-School Programs -- A Theory for Skill Development and Transfer -- Program Quality -- Participation and Engagement -- Social and Emotional Skills -- Evaluation Case Study: Girls on the Run -- Recommendations -- References -- 4 Let's Talk After-School: The Promises and Challenges of Positive Youth Development for After-School Research, Policy, and Practice -- Introduction -- Understanding What After-School Programs Do -- Creating Effective Programs -- Promoting Positive Youth Development -- Bridging Programs and Youth -- How We Study What After-School Programs Do -- Four Issues to Consider in Research on After-School Programs -- What We Do with the Resulting Evidence -- Program Improvement -- Informing Policy -- Conclusions -- References -- Index.
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Preface -- Reference -- Reference -- Reference -- Contents -- Editor and Contributors -- 1 Why After-School Matters for Positive Youth Development -- Introduction -- PYD and After-School Relationship History -- Current Opportunities to Move PYD Principles More Firmly into Practice -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Key Components of Engaging After-School Programs for Children and Adolescents -- Introduction -- Two Examples: The Center for Teen Empowerment and Dorchester Bay Youth Force -- Key Program Components -- Developmental Stage and Gender-Based Demands -- Conclusions -- Recommendations -- References -- 3 Measuring Youth Participation, Program Quality, and Social and Emotional Skills in After-School Programs -- A Theory for Skill Development and Transfer -- Program Quality -- Participation and Engagement -- Social and Emotional Skills -- Evaluation Case Study: Girls on the Run -- Recommendations -- References -- 4 Let's Talk After-School: The Promises and Challenges of Positive Youth Development for After-School Research, Policy, and Practice -- Introduction -- Understanding What After-School Programs Do -- Creating Effective Programs -- Promoting Positive Youth Development -- Bridging Programs and Youth -- How We Study What After-School Programs Do -- Four Issues to Consider in Research on After-School Programs -- What We Do with the Resulting Evidence -- Program Improvement -- Informing Policy -- Conclusions -- References -- Index.

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