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Learning Theory and Environments Research  [4]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194941

How do young people learn? How can youth programs best facilitate learning? Researchers and practitioners have contributed to an array of knowledge about how to maximize outcomes, with positive youth development as a core philosophy.


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Rings of Engagement

University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development; Sullivan, Theresa; Saito, Rebecca (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2011-03)
Research brief on youth engagement framework that includes Participation, Passion, Youth Voice, and Collective Leadership.

Promoting Participation of Older Youth in Out-of-School Time Programs and Opportunities

Saito, Rebecca (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2009)
Research focusing attention on the need for engagement of under-represented and under-served teen-agers, 13 years of age and older, in engaging and beneficial programs and opportunities that help them thrive.

Once we know it, we can grow it (full report)

Walker, Joyce; Gran, Cecilia; Moore, Deborah (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2009)
A white paper on how quality matters in multiple dimensions of nonformal learning in the nonschool hours.

Once we know it, we can grow it (summary version)

Walker, Joyce; Gran, Cecilia; Moore, Deborah (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2009)
Summary version of a white paper on how quality matters in multiple dimensions of nonformal learning in the nonschool hours.