Social Emotional Learning

Social Emotional Learning21st CCLC

WEBSITES

CASEL
The mission of the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education at all grade levels.

EASEL Lab, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Navigating Social and Emotional Learning from the Inside Out
May 2, 2017
A practical resource for schools and out-of-school time providers that looks inside and across 25 leading SEL programs.

 

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Environment, Safety & Wellness of Students

Environment, Safety & Wellness of Students21st CCLC

ARTICLES

Positive Guidance and Discipline for After School Programs
This resource for professional development covers why students misbehave, assessing the environment, strategies, scenarios, opportunity for processing, preventing misbehavior and evaluation feedback.

Research Based Recommendations To Improve Child Nutrition in School and Out-of-School Time Programs
This brief discusses healthy diets in elementary and middle school, summarizes current guidelines for child nutrition, and provides information for schools and out-of-school time programs about how to measure child nutrition.

WEBSITES

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Seasonal flu information for schools and childcare providers includes everyday preventative actions, school-located vaccination information, guidance materials, school materials and posters.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Handwashing
Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water. This website provides information about when to wash hands and the right way to wash hands.

Fifth Grade Teachers Try a New Style at Hampton Roads Academy in Newport News
This article describes how team fifth grade teachers implemented a hemispheric style of teaching, encouraging students to use and develop both sides of the brain.

National Association for the Education of Young Children
Coping with Violence
Online resources for parents, teachers, and others working with young children about coping with violence and talking to young children about tragedies they learn about in the media.

National Institutes of Health
Media-Smart Youth: Eat, Think, and Be Active!
This free program helps young people ages 11 to 13 better understand the complex media world and how it can influence their health. The curriculum includes 10 lessons that encourage youth to eat healthy, be active, and think critically about marketing messages. NIH provides free program materials and an on-demand webinar training to help facilitators successfully carry out the program, independently or in partnership with schools, afterschool programs, or other local youth-serving organizations.

Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
The Child Care Licensing Index provides links to types of licenses, parent information, general information about child care licensing and helpful resources for child care programs. 

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School/Community Collaboration

School/Community Collaboration21st CCLC

ARTICLES

Insights on Expanded Learning Time. Connections: Schools, Parents and Communities
This article provides ideas for connecting with schools, families, communities and tips for building relationships with families and organizations.

Meaningful Linkages Between Summer Programs, Schools, and Community Partnership: Conditions and Strategies for Success
This report examines the features of high-quality summer learning programs including meaningful linkages with school and community, offerings and youth outcomes.

WEBSITES

Foundations for a Brighter Future
This website includes resources for supporting the expanded day and community learning including activities, tips, blogs, articles, reports, newsletters and webinars.

Corporation for National & Community Service
Out of School Time Resources
This webpage links to several resources focused on strengthening partnerships.

 

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Family Partnerships

Family Partnerships21st CCLC

ARTICLES

100 Ways To Help Your Child and School Succeed
This brochure provides 100 ideas for parents to get involved with their child’s education.

Family and Community Involvement in Math: Math Partnerships= Student Success
This sampler shares examples of family and community involvement in math for family nights, workshops, math volunteers, celebration of math skills and other creative partnerships.

Family and Community Involvement in Reading: Making Partnerships Part of the Story
This sampler shares activities for family and community involvement in reading and writing for family nights, workshops, volunteer activities and other creative partnerships.

Parent-Teacher Conference Tip Sheet
This document provides tip sheets for principals, teachers and parents to improve attendance and effectiveness of parent-teacher conferences.

Partnering with Parents and Families To Support Immigrant and Refugee Children at School
This brief covers how model programs address mental health needs of children from immigrant and refugee families.

WEBSITES

Harvard Family Research Project
Family Involvement (promoting strategies to support family involvement in children’s learning and development) is one of several research areas of the Harvard Family Research Project website, which offers publications and resources.

National Council of Teachers of English
How to Help Your Child Become a Better Writer
This position statement offers suggestions for helping a child become a better writer, both at home and at school.

Nebraska Loves Our Public Schools feature on Liberty Elementary-A Community Solution
Liberty Elementary in Omaha has become a true haven for students and parents alike, and parents are responding by participating in their child’s education in a variety of ways, including volunteering at the school. Because many of its students participate in school’s Completely KIDS before- and after-school programs, the school has worked hard to ensure that daily lessons are incorporated into this secondary curriculum in fun and hands-on ways.

PTA
The Parents’ Guide to Student Success, created by teachers, parents, education experts and others from across the country, highlights standards for what students should be learning at each grade in order to be prepared for college and career.

Project-Based Learning: Resources for Parents
Students learn important content through Project Based Learning (PBL) by investigating questions, generating original ideas, and working collaboratively to produce products that demonstrate what they have learned. Visit this site to learn four ways to get involved in your child’s PBL learning experience.

SEDL
SEDL offers online resources, letter articles, media releases, and webinars related to Family and Community, among other areas of expertise.

U.S. Department of Education
Empowering Parents School Box includes three booklets (What Parents Need to Know, Taking a Closer Look, Learning Checklists) and printable resources (brochure, poster, bookmark, and door hanger) to support student academic achievement.

You for Youth: Family Involvement
This website, developed by the U.S. Department of Education, will help you connect and share resources with your colleagues, provide professional development and technical assistance opportunities, and offer tools for improving your afterschool program practices.

WEBINARS

Do Math: Family Mathematics Webinar
Deb Romanek, Director of Mathematics Education, Nebraska Department of Education
Take a closer look at the Family Math book available from your 21st CCLC afterschool program library. Experience activities from the resource using everyday materials. Several models of hosting a family math event were shared. Learn how to get the entire family involved in doing math together.
Materials needed: Paper clip, pencil or pen, print copy of handouts.
Family Math (pdf)
Do Math (pdf)

School-Family Communication and Collaboration at Liberty Elementary in Omaha, NE
Luisa Palomo, Liberty Elementary 2012 Nebraska Teacher of the Year, Josh Gillman, Liberty 21st CCLC Site Coordinator, and Cecilia Di Masi (“Coach D”), Liberty School Counselor, share information about Liberty Elementary School in Omaha and the strategies they use to enhance collaboration and communication between students, before and after school staff, school day staff, and families.
Green Study Skills Liberty Elem OPS (pdf)

For your viewing convenience, this webinar is posted in four segments:

Section One:
Background Information about Liberty Elementary (3 minutes)

Section Two:
Overview of the Liberty Study Skills Program and the Green Assignment Notebook used for Communication (3 minutes)

Section Three:
Overview of the Liberty Completely Kids Before and After School Program (3 minutes)

Section Four:
Partnerships and Collaboration across the School Day, the Before and After School Program, and Liberty Families (28 minutes)

 

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Relationships

Relationships21st CCLC

ARTICLES

Afterschool: The Challenges of Recruiting and Retaining Older Youth
This Afterschool Alliance brief addresses recruiting and retaining older youth in afterschool programs.

School Connectedness: Strategies for Increasing Protective Factors Among Youth
This Healthy Schools Healthy Youth publication provides six strategies that teachers, administrators, other school staff, and parents can implement to increase the extent to which students feel connected to school.

WEBSITES

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This section of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website is dedicated to school connectedness and offers a strategy guide, fact sheets and staff development tools.

Edutopia Resources for Social and Emotional Learning
Studies show that sustained and well-integrated social and emotional learning (SEL) engages students and improves achievement. Explore this collection of video case studies Edutopia has produced shared through MSPnet.

You for Youth: Strengthening Partnerships
This website, developed by the U.S. Department of Education, will help you connect and share resources with your colleagues, provide professional development and technical assistance opportunities, and offer tools for improving your afterschool program practices.

WEBINARS

Positive Youth Development (Part 1 – 30 minutes)
Michelle Krehbiel, UNL Extension 4-H Youth Development,
This webinar defines and give a basic overview of positive youth development (PYD). PYD theories such as the Developmental Assets and the 4-H Essential Elements are discussed and practical applications of PYD are presented to assist staff in implementing PYD in afterschool programming.

Youth as Resources (Part 2- 30 minutes)
Michelle Krehbiel, UNL Extension 4-H Youth Development
Youth can be an under used resource in afterschool programs. This webinar discusses the importance and benefits of youth/adult partnerships and provides examples of how to implement youth/adult partnerships in afterschool programming.

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Organizations

Afterschool Alliance
The Afterschool Alliance works to ensure that all youth have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs. Their mission is to engage the public in order to increase public and private investment in quality afterschool program initiatives at the national, state, and local levels.

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
The mission of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is to support efforts that promote a just, equitable and sustainable society.

NASA Summer of Innovation
This new NASA project is designed to improve the skills and enhance the engagement of American students in STEM. The goal of the program is to advance excellence in summer and extended learning for underrepresented and underserved middle school students to inspire them toward future STEM pursuits.

National 4-H Council
4-H is the nation’s largest youth development and empowerment organization, reaching more than 7 million 4-H youth in urban neighborhoods, suburban schoolyards and rural farming communities. Fueled by university-backed curriculum, 4-H’ers engage in hands-on learning activities in the areas of science, healthy living, and food security.

National AfterSchool Association
The National AfterSchool Association is the leading voice of the afterschool profession dedicated to the development, education and care of children and youth during their out-of-school hours.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a public voice of mathematics education supporting teachers to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students through vision, leadership, professional development and research.

National Science Teachers Association
Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, the National Science Teachers Association is a member-driven organization, 60,000-strong. They publish books and journals for science teachers from kindergarten through college, hold conferences on science education, and provide ways for science teachers to connect with one another.

The Noyce Foundation has undertaken several major initiatives to support high quality science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programming in out-of-school time (OST). These initiatives are impacting millions of youth, including a high percentage from populations underrepresented in STEM fields.

The After-School Corporation (TASC)
The After-School Corporation is a nonprofit organization based in New York City. Their goal is to change public policy and expand public funding so all children and youth from all backgrounds can have high quality experiences beyond regular school hours that support their intellectual, creative, and healthy development.

SEDL National Center for Quality Afterschool
The SEDL National Center for Quality Afterschool helps state education agencies and local practitioners develop high-quality, balanced programs that provide a safe and fun environment for academic enrichment as well as youth development activities. Their goal is to enhance the ability of afterschool programs to support student achievement by helping them embed high-quality academic content in engaging activities that attract and retain student participation.

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Administration

Administration21st CCLC

ARTICLES

Afterschool Nutritional Toolkit
This guide was assembled under a grant to Hunger Free Heartland through the
National League of Cities and the Food Research and Action Center

Afterschool providers can play a critical role in eradicating childhood hunger.  This toolkit was designed to help such programs to provide nutritious snacks and meals.  In particular, it aims to make federal funding more accessible, and to promote best practices and sustainable program designs.  This toolkit and other materials from the Afterschool Nutrition Education Summit have been posted on My21stCCLC under Content>Project Director Resources.

Breaking the Mold, Combining Community Schools with Expanded Learning Time to Help Educationally Disadvantaged Students
This Center for American Progress report examines three schools that have implemented the combined community school model and an expanded school calendar.

Practices to Foster in Out-of-School Time Programs
This Child Trends publication identifies ten practices that can foster positive outcomes for participants in out of school time programs.

Nebraska School-Age and Youth Development Core Competencies
These voluntary Core Competencies represent the combined efforts of educators and youth development professionals from across Nebraska to define the skills, qualities, and abilities that youth development professionals need to know and be able to do to provide quality out-of-school time services for youth and their families.

Shining a Light on Supervision: Lessons from the Beacons
This issue from The Forum For Youth Investment addresses supervision: guidance, feedback and knowledge provided to staff, particularly those working at the point of service, in order to achieve better outcomes for youth.

The Rural Solution. How Rural Schools Can Invigorate Rural Education
This Center for American Progress publication combines data from the literature and other public sources, interviews, site visits, and the organizational experience of The Rural School and Community Trust in an examination of community schools from a rural perspective.

WEBSITES

Afterschool Alliance
This website provides research, publications and resources related to afterschool programs.

American Institutes for Research
This website offers research, publications and resources related to afterschool programs.

Beyond the Bake Sale
This website offers resources for building collaborative family-school-community partnerships.

Corporation for National & Community Service
This website provides resources, effective practices, lending library and links related to out of school time.

Find Youth Info
This website provides information to create, maintain, and strengthen effective youth programs.
Afterschool Programs

SEDL Afterschool and Expanded Learning
This website provides information on research, evaluation, professional development and resources related to afterschool programs.

WEBINARS

 

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Resources By Topic

Resources

Administration
Uses well-developed systems and sound management to support and enhance program administration and delivery.

Relationships
Develops, nurtures, and maintains positive relationships and interactions among afterschool staff, students, families, school-day staff, and community members.

Family Partnerships
Fosters and sustains strong partnerships with families through positive and relevant interactions with program staff.

School/Community Collaboration
Establishes and maintains positive relationships and coordinated linkages with school staff and community partners to support student success.

Environment, Safety & Wellness of Students
Collaborates with the school to provide an adequate and secure physical space, as well as a safe, healthy, inclusive, and nurturing environment.

Social Emotional Learning

Programming
Provides well-rounded experiential learning opportunities to support each student’s physical, social, and cognitive growth, including skill building and mastery activities aligned with and providing enrichment to school district content standards.

 

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Webinars/Presentations

Webinars/Presentations 21st CCLC

Listed according to Elements of Quality addressed:

Family Partnerships

Do Math: Family Mathematics Webinar
Deb Romanek, Director of Mathematics Education, Nebraska Department of Education
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p4al3vvd96m/
Take a closer look at the Family Math book available from your 21st CCLC afterschool program library. Experience activities from the resource using everyday materials. Several models of hosting a family math event were shared. Learn how to get the entire family involved in doing math together.
Materials needed: Paper clip, pencil or pen, print copy of handouts.
Family Math
Do Math

Global Literacy

Going Global
Mardi North, Nebraska Department of Education and Sarah Sutton, former 21st CCLC Project Director
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p7ss084fozf/
Global competency refers to the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to live and work effectively in the new global environment. This webinar introduces strategies and resources that can be used for incorporating global learning into your afterschool program.
Literature Resources for After School Writers Circles

Literacy

Webinar: Leading an Afterschool Writing Club
Deb Coyle, Lincoln Public Schools and Nebraska Writing Project
Originally aired Monday, December 2, 2013
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p14t6g81h1d/
After school and summer are the perfect times to support writers and at the same time, engage families in your afterschool program. Join Deb Coyle, Nebraska Writing Project I Love to Write workshop leader and writing club expert, to learn the basics of starting an Afterschool Writing Club for your students and family members including philosophy, framework, and resources.

Relationships

Positive Youth Development (Part 1 30 minutes)
Michelle Krehbiel, UNL Extension 4-H Youth Development,
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p3olynkuqe0/
This webinar defines and give a basic overview of positive youth development (PYD). PYD theories such as the Developmental Assets and the 4-H Essential Elements are discussed and practical applications of PYD are presented to assist staff in implementing PYD in afterschool programming.

Youth as Resources (Part 2 30 minutes)
Michelle Krehbiel, UNL Extension 4-H Youth Development
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p7c49p9zcz9/
Youth can be an under used resource in afterschool programs. This webinar discusses the importance and benefits of youth/adult partnerships and provides examples of how to implement youth/adult partnerships in afterschool programming.

STEM (Science, Technology, engineering, Mathematics)

Earth and Space Science (Cosmic Connections to the Universe)
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p5cijqwkrti/
NASA’s Earth Observations provide a multitude of space-based images of Earth that can be used to teach about Earth systems, landforms, and many other Earth processes. In addition, space-based observatories explore our solar system and the universe. Come explore the exciting world of Earth and Space Science using NASA images during this webinar.
Materials needed:
Please print a set of the images in this file: http://ares.jsc.nasa.gov/ares/eeab/documents/SpheresofEarthImageResource.pdf
Please note: You may only print the images if you wish and not the image descriptions.

Earth and Space Science (Cosmic Connections to the Universe)
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p5cijqwkrti/
Learn about NASA’s missions throughout the solar system from earth to the stars.

Engaging your Students in Engineering
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p90qdccdkjv/
Learn about the engineering design process and simple activities to use with students.

Exploring STEM in Afterschool with Y4Y
Originally aired Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 1:00 PM
http://y4y.ed.gov/webinars/exploring-stem-in-afterschool-with-y4y
Explore exciting ways to incorporate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in afterschool. Hands-on, inquiry-based STEM activities can spark students’ energy, enthusiasm, and imagination, and are an important priority for the 21st Century Community Learning Center Program. Learn more about how the Y4Y portal can be used as an important resource to enhance STEM projects and activities in your program, and hear from experts who are providing innovative STEM opportunities to 21st CCLC grantees.

Kites and Rotor Motors
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p4orky6ifcc/
Kites and Rotor Motors: Simple toys can be used to learn some basics of flight and add a little engineering to the activities. Join this webinar to learn more about these fun activities and how they connect to NASA’s aeronautics research.
Materials needed: Please download the template at http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/205711main_Rotor_Motor.pdf (need Adobe Reader) plus have scissors and tape (clear or masking) available.

NASA Robotics
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p48tcbh1wur/
From Robonaut to Curiosity, NASA robots help us explore space. This webinar will discuss some of NASA’s robotics projects plus electronic and non-electronic activities to use with student programs.
Materials needed: Please have a dozen straws and 15-20 straight pins available.

Nebraska BLAST!
Presentation to the Nebraska State Board of Education on February 5, 2013
Presenters:
Kim Larson, NDE, 21st CCLC Coordinator of Professional Development
Dr. Brad Barker, Associate Professor UNL 4-H Extension
Michael Sibbernsen, Science and Technology Coordinator, Strategic Air and Space Museum
Lorna Eliason, 21st CCLC Project Director-Chadron Public Schools
Deedra Grant, 3rd Grade Teacher, Chadron Public Schools
Dr. Caroline Winchester, Superintendent, Chadron Public Schools

Blast_State_Board_Presentation_Feb2013.mp4
Nebraska BLAST! (Building Lasting Afterschool STEM Teams) is an afterschool/summer STEM initiative currently in its second year of a four year implementation. Nebraska BLAST! is funded by NASA and provides professional development for teachers and afterschool staff— and support for implementing NASA/STEM content with middle school students who attend 21st CCLC programs across Nebraska.
On February 5, 2013, members of the 21st CCLC Nebraska BLAST! team presented information about the project to the Nebraska State Board of Education at their regular monthly meeting. The presentation highlighted partnerships between NE Department of Education 21st CCLC program, the Strategic Air and Space Museum, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Chadron Public Schools.

Rocketry
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p5sgsgowew4/
Learn how Newton’s Laws impact rocketry from the classroom to the moon and beyond.

Rocketry
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p5sgsgowew4/
Rockets have a history longer than the past 50 years and Newton’s Laws of Motion are the basics of rocket science. Learn about rockets and the history of rockets during this webinar. In addition to rocketry, we will also discuss using rocketry in the various themes for Nebraska BLAST.
Materials Needed:
1 plastic straw, 1 sheet of paper, transparent tape

Shadows of the Sun
Mike McGlone, NASA Curriculum Specialist
http://nde.adobeconnect.com/p8w4i8ol3qi/
2012 brings a unique opportunity to observe the transit of Venus. In this webinar we will discuss transits, eclipses, and the seasons and activities to help our students explore these phenomena.
Materials needed: a styrofoam or paper plate and a toothpick.

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Session Handouts

The Power of Afterschool and the Future of Learning
September 28, 2012
LaVista Embassy Suites Conference Center

Session Handouts

Sessions with available materials, click on the blue links.21st CCLC

Keynote — 9:15-10:00

Helping Youth through Positive Engagement
(Suzi Yokley-Busby)
Helping Youth through Positive Engagement.pdf

Concurrent Sessions A — 10:30-11:30

Building Intentional Relationships for the Successful Academic, Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development of all Youth
(Suzi Yokley-Busby, Miles busby)

Planning and Implementing Family Science Events
(Kathie Phillips, Katie Konold, Ryan Mohling, Pat Dugan)

Against the Wind.pdf
Domino Diving Boad.pdf
Inspired by Nature.pdf
Mining for Chocolate.pdf
Thrill Seekers.pdf
Tumbling Tower.pdf

Fitting Nutrition in Afterschool Programs
(Natalie Sehi, Audra Losey, Beverly Benes)

At-Risk Afterschool Meals Program 9-28-12.pdf
Energizers.pdf

Fitting Nutrition in Afterschool Programs.pdf
Think What You Drink.pdf

Partnerships Beyond Afterschool: A Broader Vision of Community School Partnerships
(LeaAnn Johnson)

Collaboration between School and Expanded Day Program – Doing what is best for students!
(Luisa Palomo, Josh Gillman, Cecilia Di Masi)
Staying in the Green: A Stoplight Study Skills Program.pdf

Let’s Go Global
(Sarah Sutton)

Let’s Go Global.pdf
Online Global Resources.pdf

Engaging Students through Project-Based Learning in the Afterschool Setting
(Kim Larson)
8 Essentials for PBL.pdf
Activity Movie Poster.pdf
Embedding Literacy into a Project.pdf
PBL Research Brief.pdf
Project Based Learning Sept 2012.pdf
Y4Y FAQ’s.pdf

Keynote — 11:45-1:00

Y4Y – Your One-Stop-Shop for Improving Afterschool Programs and Supporting Students Success
(Claiborne Taylor, Jennifer Kobrin)

Concurrent Sessions B — 1:15 – 2:15

Using the Y4Y Portal to Strengthen your Program
(Claiborne Taylor, Jennifer Kobrin)

Breadcrumb Match.pdf
Breadcrumbs Scramble.pdf
Alignment Checklist.pdf
Missing Breadcrumb.pdf
Scavenger Hunt.pdf

The Five Minute Miracle and other Ways to Integrate the Arts into Teaching!
(Nancy Engen-Wilden, Oscar Rios Porieth)

Building a Positive Climate to Help Youth Thrive
(Jessica Schlegelmich, Michelle Krehbiel)

Behavior Strategies that Everyone Should Know
(Matthew McNiff)

Behavior Strategies Everyone Should Know.pdf

Using Voice and Choice
(Patricia Stewart, Marcia Fritz, Gwyn Williams)

Session 12-13 final.pdf
Spring Session – Four Club Registration form 2012.pdf
Youth Voice and Choice.pdf

Developing a Unified and Collegial System that Effectively Integrates Community Learning Centers and Other Programs Within a School
(Rik Devney, Bret Schroder)
Developing a Unified and Collegial System that Effectively Integrates Community Learning Centers and Other Programs Within a School.pdf

Resources and Activities to Engage Secondary Students in STEM
(Michael Sibbernsen)

Concurrent Sessions C — 2:30 – 3:30

Engaging Minority Students in Afterschool Programs
(T. J. McDowell, Jr.)

Black Males in Afterschool Programs.pdf

Physical Activity in Afterschool Programs: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
(Danae Dinkel)
Afterschool Program Resources for Physical Activity.pdf

Creating an Afterschool Youth Leadership Program
(Dayna Krannawitter, Michelle Krehbiel)

Creating an Afterschool Youth Leadership Program.pdf

Marketing Your Program (in your school and community
(Kary Sell, Jeff Cole)

The Importance of Art in Afterschool Programming
(Iggy Sumnik, Gail Schriber)
After School Art Class Ideas.doc
Gail Schriber Statement.doc
Plate by Gail Schriber.jpg
Wine Glasses by Gail Schriber.jpg
Student Work 1.jpg
Student Work 2.jpg
Student Work 3.jpg
Student Work 5.jpg
Student Work 6.jpg
Student Work 7.jpg

Robotics, Unplugged!
(Wendi Laurence)

Robotics, Unplugged.pdf

Road, Rails and Race Cars…Engage – Excite – Educate
(Mary Herrington, Cynthia Baker, Quinton rodgers, Scott Sorensen)
Road, Rails, and Race Cars…..
MATC After School Program

Walk ‘N Talk

21st Century Community Learning Center
Map. pdf
Afterschool Resources.pdf
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Resources.pdf
Harvard Family.pdf

4-H/Extension

Career Education – NE Department of Education

Modern Woodmen

NASA

Nebraska Association of Resources Districts

Nebraska Community Learning Center Network

Nebraska Space Grant Consortium

Nutrition Services
2011 07-21 USDA Pamphlet.pdf
2011 06-17 Handbook.pdf
2012 Handout Afterschool Options.pdf
Energizers.pdf
Think What You Dirnk.pdf

Resources
Afterschool Resources.pdf
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Resources.pdf

Websites
Harvard Family.pdf

 

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