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HISTORY OF After School ProgramsRESPONDING TO THE ISSUES OF THE DAY
HISTORY OF After School Programs             ISSUES OF THE DAY• WWI:   Large Budget Cuts to         School Programs• 20’s:...
HISTORY OF After School Programs    STUGGLE FOR IDENTITY• Counter Point to School Structure• Pressure to Promise More    C...
HISTORY OF After School Programs      STUGGLE FOR IDENTITY• Reliance on Part-Time and    Volunteers• Concerns About Profes...
The 5 LIAS Learning Principles1.   ACTIVE2.   COLLABORATIVE3.   MEANINGFUL4.   SUPPORTS MASTERY5.   EXPANDS HORIZONS
Unpacking the 5 LIA LearningPrinciples1.       Read the descriptions to yourself2.       Circle words/phrases that really ...
Toward a Psychology of Positive         Youth Development   Research Paper: Reed Larson, Univ. Illinois   Publication: A...
Reflections
http://learninginafterschool.org/Follow the BlogAccess tools, research, videoBecome a co-signer to promote quality lear...
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles
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History of Afterschool and the LIAS Learning Principles

  1. 1. For more information: Visit our website atwww.learninginafterschool.org
  2. 2. HISTORY OF After School ProgramsRESPONDING TO THE ISSUES OF THE DAY
  3. 3. HISTORY OF After School Programs ISSUES OF THE DAY• WWI: Large Budget Cuts to School Programs• 20’s: Introducing Popular Culture to Immigrant Youth and Children’s Emotional Health
  4. 4. HISTORY OF After School Programs STUGGLE FOR IDENTITY• Counter Point to School Structure• Pressure to Promise More Compensate for Others• Underfunded and Undervalued• Privately Sponsored and Funded
  5. 5. HISTORY OF After School Programs STUGGLE FOR IDENTITY• Reliance on Part-Time and Volunteers• Concerns About Professionalization, Standard Methods, Quality• Toward What End: What are our Outcomes?
  6. 6. The 5 LIAS Learning Principles1. ACTIVE2. COLLABORATIVE3. MEANINGFUL4. SUPPORTS MASTERY5. EXPANDS HORIZONS
  7. 7. Unpacking the 5 LIA LearningPrinciples1. Read the descriptions to yourself2. Circle words/phrases that really speak to you3. In a small group, share your words and why you chose them4. Have a discussion about: • What is most the most important element of Learning in Afterschool for you? • What is your program already doing? • What are you taking away from this presentation?
  8. 8. Toward a Psychology of Positive Youth Development Research Paper: Reed Larson, Univ. Illinois Publication: American Psychologist, Jan 2000 Study:Developing initiative as an exemplar learning experience. Intrinsic Motivation & Concentration
  9. 9. Reflections
  10. 10. http://learninginafterschool.org/Follow the BlogAccess tools, research, videoBecome a co-signer to promote quality learning in afterschoolFollow on Facebook & Twitter

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