This issue of P/PV In Brief focuses on key findingsand their implications for policymakers and fundersfrom Quality Time After School: What Instructors Can Do to Enhance Learning. Drawing on extensive qualitative and quantitative data collected from five Philadelphia-based Beacon Centers, our study identifies characteristics of after-school activities that are linked to youth engagement and learning across a rich diversity of out-of-school-time activity areas. The brief explores the importance of good group management and positive adult support of learning, providing program directors and funders with guidance for improving program quality and fostering engagement and learning in after-school programs.
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Title: Quality Time After School In Brief
Publication date 2007-05-30
Publication Year 2007
, Jean Grossman
, Becca Raley
North America / United States (Northeastern) / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia County / Philadelphia
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, peer learning
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