Engaging youth in schools : evidence-based models to guide future innovations /

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Other Authors: Shernoff, David J., 1967- (Editor), Bempechat, Janine, 1956- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: New York : Teachers College, Columbia University, [2014]
Series:Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education ; 113th, pt. 1.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / David J. Shernoff and Janine Bempechat
  • Changing patterns of engagement in the transition to high school / Sean Kelly and Heather Price
  • Part I. The role of engagement in development and well-being
  • School engagement and positive youth development: a relational developmental systems perspective / Yibing Li, et. al.
  • The role of gratitude in fostering school bonding / Michael J. Furlong, et. al.
  • Student engagement in high-performing schools: relationships to mental and physical health / Jerusha Conner and Denise Pope
  • Part II. Processes, interactions, and relationships: the role of teachers and mentors / Carrie J. Furrer, Ellen A. Skinner, and Jennifer R. Pitzer
  • Scaffolding collective engagement / Debra K. Meyer and Dennis W. Smithenry
  • Balancing skills and challenges: exploring the concept of relational engagement in combined group and one-on-one mentoring for adolescent girls / Ellen S. Markowitz, Nancy L. deutsch, and Edith C. Lawrence
  • Part III. Images of engagement in and out of school
  • The impact of the learning environment on student engagement in high school classrooms / David J. Shernoff, Stephen M. Tonks, and Brett Anderson
  • Sustaining engagement and interest in the classroom: effects of the EngageALL instructional model / Sue C. Larson
  • Informal Science and youth development: creating convergence in out-of-school time / Gil G. Noam and Ashima Mathur Shah
  • Engagement in out-of-school time: how youth become engaged in the arts / Anne-Marie E. Hoxie and Lisa M. Debellis
  • Fostering positive youth development through work-based learning: the Cristo-Rey model / Janine Bempechat, Maureen E. Kenny, David L. Blustein and Joanne R. Seltzer
  • Part IV. Whole-school approaches promoting engagement
  • Understanding optimal school experience: contributions from Montessori education / Kevin Rathunde
  • Engaging the disengaged: how one school re-engages students in learning / Lois Brown Easton, Dan Condon, and Michael Soguero
  • Choice theory and student engagement in an alternative high school / Jeffrey N. Jones
  • Epilogue. A new paradigm for the science and practice of engaging young people / Reed W. Larson, David J. Shernoff, and Janine Bempechat.