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by Thomas Gullotta

eBook Developing Competent Youth and Strong Communities Through After-School Programming (Issues in Children's and Families' Lives) ePub
Author: Thomas Gullotta
Language: English
ISBN: 0878687963
ISBN13: 978-0878687961
Publisher: Child Welfare League of Amer (January 1, 2001)
Pages: 306
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 482
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ePub file: 1321 kb
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Thomas P. (Ed) Gullotta.

Thomas P. It is commonly believed that through sports, children and adolescents learn values and skills that will serve them well as they prepare for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, many youth sport programs are neither properly structured nor implemented in a manner that these life skills can be learned in sport and later transferred to other life domains.

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Porter); (8) "Issues in After-School Youth Development Programming" .

Porter); (8) "Issues in After-School Youth Development Programming" (Kathryn Edmondson); (9) "Re-Creating Recreation in the Inner City: A Youth Development Initiative in Detroit" (David Fukuzawa); and (10) "Youth and Community Development: How After-School Programming Can Make a Difference" (Steven J. Danish). Gerald R. Adams is Professor of Family Relations and Human Development at the University of Guelph.

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Issues in Children's and Families Lives (Washington, .

Developing Competent Youth and Strong Communities Through After-School Programming (Issues in Children's and Families Lives (Washington, .

Publisher: Child Welfare League of Amer, 2001.

Developing competent youth and strong communities through .

Developing competent youth and strong communities through after-school programming. pp. 17–66) Washington, . Youth and community development: How after-school programming can make a difference. In S. J. Danish & T. P. Gullotta (Ed. Developing competent youth and strong communities through after-school programming. 275–302) Washington, . Dryfoos, J. (1994).

Developing Competent Youth And Strong Communities Through After-School Programming is an impressive display of scholarly, informative essays that will prove of immense interest and value to those working with school-age children in need of after school activities and programs to counter familial and community shortcomings

Developing competent youth and strong communities through after . The First Tee: Teaching youth to succeed in golf and life.

Developing competent youth and strong communities through after- school programming. Washington, DC: CWLA Press. Brunelle, . Danish, . & Forneris, T. (2004). The Impact of a Sport-Based Life Skills Program on Adolescent Prosocial Values The First Tee: Teaching youth to succeed in golf and life. Thomas (E., Optimising performance in golf (pp. 67-74). Brisbane, Australia: Australian Academic Press. Fazio, . Nellen, . & Owens, S. (2001). Teaching life skills through sport: Community-based programs to enhance adolescent development. In J. Van Raalte, & B. TERM Spring '14.

issues high school coaches need knowledge of and what they perceive their roles are in terms of developing player life ., Developing competent youth and strong communities through after-school programming (pp ). Washington DC: CWLA Press.

issues high school coaches need knowledge of and what they perceive their roles are in terms of developing player life skills. A survey of 154 varsity high school sport coaches representing seven sports was conducted. Results revealed that these coaches ranked development and teaching physical skills/physical development as their most important objectives. Cornelius, A. Van Raalte, J. & Jones, T. (2005).

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