social studies lessons at risk youth

Success4Teachers - At Risk Students
Skills Training, Graphic illustration skills training necessary for at-risk youth. . Lesson Plans and Graphic Organizers for At-Risk Students . 6-12 Social Studies , Students compare the origins, beliefs and practices and interactions of Judaism, .
http://www.success4teachers.com/

Helping At-Risk Youth: Lessons from Community-Based Initiatives
Jan 1, 1998 . urban institute nonprofit social and economic policy research . The nonpartisan Urban Institute publishes studies, reports, and books on . Common sense and years of research suggest that at-risk youth and their families .
http://www.urban.org/publications/307399.html

Preparing At-Risk Youth for the Future
A large fraction of American youth perform poorly in high school, and many of . most important studies of at-risk youth and interventions designed to address their . synthesizing the lessons from these studies for policymakers and educators. . exploring strategies to encourage students to develop useful social skills and .
http://www.mathematica-mpr.com/education/edatrisk.asp

Deshaunda Hampton | LinkedIn
Teacher at At Risk Youth; Grade English/Social Studies Teacher at Winston . and can construct new programs and lessons that will afford students more .
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/deshaunda-hampton/15/967/365

Chris Irwin | LinkedIn
Certified Social Studies Teacher, committed to the development and . excellent interpersonal and communication skills, curriculum development and lesson planning, risk . Teaching social studies to expelled and at-risk youth ages 12 - 18 .
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chris-irwin/5/906/25

Meredith Boozer, Vice President

Resume
á Teaching elementary and secondary social studies methods courses 2000- . including development of effective strategies for teaching at-risk youth, ninth .
http://www.web.pdx.edu/~thiemag/resume.html

Institute for the Arts Instructors
Feb 17, 2012 . Carnell teaches two courses in dance history and all levels of ballet . science, social studies and life skills to at-risk youth at Home Port .
http://www.wwu.edu/institute4arts/staff.shtml

Kori Dorton, Secretary

Microsoft Office Word - Serving High Risk Youth Lessons From ...
risk youth, a number of researchers have lamented the lack of studies using this . parenting education; introduction to computers and driver's education; social .
http://www.hewlett.org/uploads/files/ServingHighRiskYouth.pdf

Pearson - Social Studies on the Internet, 3/E - Michael J. Berson ...
Jun 14, 2006 . From one of the largest social studies education programs in the country, four social . mainstreaming, high-risk testing, at-risk youth, classroom management, integrating the web into social studies, and lesson planning-These .
http://www.pearsonhighered.com/academic/product/0,3110,0132383195,00.html

Carroll Tucker, Treasurer

Best Practices for At Risk Students
Many organizational reports and even some scientific studies simply assume a definition . 2) where at-risk youth are identified as "students who just seem to get lost in large . Husted and Cavalluzzo, 2001; Karlsson, 1996), anti-social peer groups . 88) cite "a challenging curriculum" and a "variety of courses" among the .
http://www.sanmarcos.net/ana/bestpractices.html

at risk youth jobs in Maryland | careerjet.com
All at risk youth jobs in Maryland on Careerjet.com, the search engine for jobs in the . Highly-qualified as stipulated by NCLB in..., and social studies for the school we . which may include "at-risk" or special needs youth; prepare lesson plans.
http://www.careerjet.com/at-risk-youth-jobs/maryland-384.html

At-Risk Youth and Service-Learning: Selected Resources | National ...
SLICE lesson plans/syllabi . research studies, literature reviews and bibliographies, and websites on at-risk youth . Turning it around for all youth: From risk to resilience. . Hooked on altruism: Developing social responsibility in at-risk youth.
http://www.servicelearning.org/instant_info/bibs/k-12_bibs/at-risk

Amy Atkins, Trustee

New NEA Research Report Shows Potential Benefits of Arts ...
Mar 30, 2012 . The Arts and Achievement in At-Risk Youth study uses four separate . dance, theater, or the visual arts; out-of-school arts lessons; or membership, . such as accounting, education, nursing, or social sciences (30 percent), .
http://www.nea.gov/news/news12/Arts-At-Risk-Youth.html

Sheryl Carroll, Trustee

A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Arts Education for At-Risk Youth
Hundreds of studies have suggested the arts' capacity for enhancing . Clearly, this is more than the weekly recorder lesson or papier-m?ché project . Increased interest in social studies . positive effect on the behavior of at-risk youth.
http://www.silbertconsulting.com/downloads/CBA_of_Art_Education.pdf

Risky Business - Building Resources for At-Risk Youth (Bibliography)
risk youth: Findings from a five year, multi-site evaluation. Washington, DC: . handbook: A guide for remodeling lesson plans in language arts, social studies .
http://www.cde.state.co.us/schooltocareer/download/pdf/rb_bib.pdf

How to Help At-Risk Students Survive Middle School
Youth who have at-risk behaviors, or who are in at-risk situations deserve . The social studies assignment required students to make a timeline of the . Obviously, if they are absent, they have missed the teachers' lesson plans for the day.
http://library.adoption.com/articles/how-to-help-at-risk-students-survive-middle-school.html

THE ARTS AND AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS A Research Synthesis
Heath and Roach (1998) studied three out-of-school youth programs, one focused on athletics . The arts and children at risk: the arts contribute to basic reading . Effective Social Behavior: Learning in certain arts activities promotes student .
http://www.sedl.org/afterschool/toolkits/arts/pdf/arts_lit_rev.pdf

AIDS: Who's At Risk? | Free Lesson Plans | Teachers | Discovery ...
Risk: Of the 40000 new AIDS cases reported in the United States each year, . Youth: Up to 50 percent of all new HIV infections are among those under age 25.
http://discoveryeducation.com/teachers/free-lesson-plans/aids-whos-at-risk.cfm

Sharron Cutbirth, Trustee

The Four Keys to Helping At-Risk Kids | Edutopia
Jan 22, 2009 . At-risk youth need stable, caring relationships with the adults in their lives, . English with me, & often a 3rd period of Soc Studies for New English Learners. . a week, in team-building activities as well as social skills activities.
http://www.edutopia.org/strategies-help-at-risk-students

“Growing Problem of Youth Membership in Gangs” Social Studies ...
Social Studies Lesson Plan is a feature . Lessons for social studies and language arts are available to support this video in the “For Educators” section of . Describe reasons some youth become involved in . considerable initiative and risk.
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/thenews/materials/Gangs_LessonPlan_LA.pdf

Cindy Dietz, Trustee

Effective Teaching and At-Risk/Highly Mobile Students:
Teaching Highly Mobile Children and Youth for the National Center for. Homeless Education. . In this study, we identified six award-winning teachers of at-risk and/or highly . mathematics, science, and social studies. On the 2003 . students and the number of remedial courses in mathematics, reading, and writing taken .
http://center.serve.org/nche/downloads/eff_teach.pdf

Bruce Evans, Parents & Friends President

Social Work Practice & Assessment Tools | eHow.com
Social workers assist individuals and families to resolve a variety of personal and . create an educational treatment plan with the child study team for at-risk youth. . When planning a lesson, teachers must address three important questions: .
http://www.ehow.com/info_8030367_social-work-practice-assessment-tools.html

Ginna Lewis, Trustee, ’86

September 2005 - The Oregon Council for the Social Studies ...
I have taught at-risk youth at a "second chance" school, middle schools social studies, US history, various world history courses, geography, economics, and am .
http://www.oregonsocialstudies.org/sept05_newsletter.htm

Teacher Resources - Black Youth Project / Research
This website host over 200 social studies lesson plans. . toughest neighborhoods giving at-risk youth alternatives to the violence that takes away their positive .
http://research.blackyouthproject.com/byp-presents/teacher-resources/

Susan Recks, Parents & Friends Representative

YouthArts Toolkit -- arts programs for youth at risk
Americans for the Arts: YouthArts, Arts Programs for Youth at Risk: The Handbook . with at-risk youth populations and that prepare artists, social service staff, juvenile . The toolkit contains the many lessons learned in Portland, San Antonio, and . for more studies to refine the knowledge base that we have begun to build.
http://www.americansforthearts.org/youtharts/about/

Kristen Roberson, Parents & Friends Representative

Undergraduate Service Learning Courses - Ginsberg Center
Section 001: Essential risk and protective themes of at-risk youth in the local . about risk and protective factors in neighborhood contexts, and the impact of social . Students will produce and study activist art projects together and with human .
http://ginsberg.umich.edu/students/undergraduate-service-learning-courses

Mark Schneider, Trustee

Ras Alan - Appalachian Reggae - Bio
One Heartbeat provides arts enrichment, cultural diversity, character education, and social studies for young students, including at-risk youth and children with .
http://www.appalachianreggae.com/bio.html

Case Management with At-Risk Youth
increasingly complex set of services needed by at-risk youth. As youth . social workers and others have made use of it for decades. But it is one that . This article presents some of the basic lessons that we synthesized from our review of . A national study examining 140 case managers in six cities, for example, found that .
http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/qf/case_mgmt_qt/Case_Management_with_At-risk_Youth.pdf


Guiding at-risk youth through learning to work
Guiding at-risk youth through learning to work. Lessons from across Europe. 1. Foreword. This Cedefop study is placed in the context of the European economy .
http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/EN/Files/5503_en.pdf

At-Risk Youth and the Creative Process | Education.com
Many at-risk youth are visual-spatially gifted--the traditional classroom . The study revealed that 15 percent of incarcerated youth tested in the top 3 percentile on . They become disengaged with school and at risk for anti-social endeavors. . 2012 Earth Day Green Toys Roundup · 10 Fun Activities for Children with Autism .
http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Risk_Youth_Creative/