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Perez, William – Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 2017
On June 21, 2017, the fields of Latinx Psychology, Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies, and education lost a trailblazing researcher, teacher, and mentor. Dr. Raymond Buriel made significant contributions to the study of acculturation and adjustment of Mexican immigrant families, with a special emphasis on the characteristics of immigrant students that are…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Student Adjustment, Immigrants, Student Characteristics
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Scales, Peter C. – Professional School Counseling, 2005
Search Institute has identified 40 Developmental Assets[TM] that are building blocks of healthy development and success for children and adolescents. Young people's experience of most of these developmental assets declines over the middle school years. In this article, research is described showing the prevalence and impact of developmental assets…
Descriptors: Middle Schools, School Counselors, Middle School Students, Early Adolescents
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Weigel, Daniel J.; Lowman, Jennifer L.; Martin, Sally S. – Early Child Development and Care, 2007
In this paper, we examine the influences of two settings--home and child care--on the development of children's speaking and listening skills before they begin formal schooling. We propose that a developmental assets approach, one that focuses on strengths of these settings, can help our understanding of the development of young children's…
Descriptors: Language Skills, Preschool Children, Listening Skills, Language Acquisition
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Fisher, Celia B.; Busch-Rossnagel, Nancy A.; Jopp, Daniela S.; Brown, Joshua L. – Applied Developmental Science, 2012
In this article we present a vision of applied developmental science (ADS) as a means of promoting social justice and socio-political well-being. This vision draws upon the field's significant accomplishments in identifying and strengthening developmental assets in marginalized youth communities, understanding the effects of poverty and racial…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Racial Discrimination, Social Sciences, Child Development
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Rose, Hilary A. – Reclaiming Children and Youth: The Journal of Strength-based Interventions, 2006
An asset-based approach is being championed by the field of child and youth care work, focusing on strengths as opposed to weaknesses, assets as opposed to deficits. This article highlights the Search Institute's theoretically-based and empirically-supported model of developmental assets (Benson, Leffert, Scales, & Blyth, 1998; Scales, Benson,…
Descriptors: Child Development, Child Care, Models, Intervention
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Guild, Diane; Espiner, Deborah – Reclaiming Children and Youth, 2014
Rolling with Resilience (RwR) provides a springboard for developing strategies that build strengths and supports to foster developmental assets in children and youth (Benson, Scales, & Roehlkepartain, 2011). In Circle of Courage terms, resilience is strengthened by opportunities for Belonging, Mastery, Independence, and Generosity (Brendtro,…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Child Development, Adolescent Development, Training
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Edwards, Oliver W.; Mumford, Vincent E.; Serra-Roldan, Rut – School Psychology International, 2007
Children considered "at-risk" for school failure and other adverse life outcomes have received increasing attention in multiple countries across the world. The research literature is replete with studies that emphasize specific detrimental factors that may make a child's life more difficult upon entering adulthood. The traditional, negative…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Child Development, Adolescents, High Risk Students
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Burton, Linda – Family Relations, 2007
This article presents an emergent conceptual model of childhood adultification and economic disadvantage derived from 5 longitudinal ethnographies of children and adolescents growing up in low-income families. Childhood adultification involves contextual, social, and developmental processes in which youth are prematurely, and often…
Descriptors: Economically Disadvantaged, Low Income Groups, Children, Family Environment
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Novak, Mary; Klemme, Merry – Journal of Extension, 2002
The Kid's Klub is a school-age child care summer program focused on building developmental assets. Extension staff, 4-H adult and youth leaders, and Master Gardeners presented projects to first- through fourth-graders. Parents (n=11) reported that their children continued developing empathy, sensitivity, and friendship skills. (SK)
Descriptors: Child Care, Child Development, Elementary Education, Extension Education
Jones, Patrick – School Library Journal, 2001
Discussion of how school and public librarians can make children's lives better focuses on a list of 40 developmental assets that children need to become responsible, successful, caring adults. Considers both internal and external assets, the importance of relationships with patrons, and the importance of involving youth. (LRW)
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Child Development, Interpersonal Relationship, Librarians
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Shanks, Trina R. Williams; Robinson, Christine – Economics of Education Review, 2013
A large body of evidence indicates that socioeconomic status (SES) is a strong predictor of school achievement, college graduation and child outcomes in general. Better developmental and health outcomes are strongly associated with family assets, income and education. We introduce a model incorporating a range of theoretical and empirical…
Descriptors: Models, Socioeconomic Status, Family Income, Family Characteristics
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Fraser-Thomas, Jessica L.; Cote, Jean; Deakin, Janice – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2005
Concern about the growth in adolescent problem behaviours (e.g. delinquency, drug use) has led to increased interest in positive youth development, and a surge in funding for "after school programs." We evaluate the potential of youth sport programs to foster positive development, while decreasing the risk of problem behaviours.…
Descriptors: Athletics, Altruism, Drug Use, After School Programs
Walker, Janet S., Ed. – Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health, 2005
This issue of "Focal Point" explores the concepts of resilience and recovery and what they mean in the context of mental health care for children and adolescents. From the articles, it emerges that the terminology associated with recovery and resilience (particularly the word, recovery, itself) can be confusing and even off-putting to…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Mental Health, Personality, Longitudinal Studies
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Durka, Gloria – Religious Education, 2000
Describes the threat social violence and abuse pose to the psychological and religious development of young people. Discusses strategies aimed at restoring young people's sense of safety and hope by citing seven themes for successful resilience, coping, and developmental assets that a community can control. (CMK)
Descriptors: Child Development, Coping, Educational Strategies, Elementary Secondary Education
Benson, Peter L.; Scales, Peter C.; Leffert, Nancy; Roehlkepartain, Eugene C. – 1999
This report presents both a framework for understanding positive factors that contribute to the healthy development of young people, termed "developmental assets," and a portrait of 6th-to-12th-grade youth based on that framework. The report analyzes and interprets data from 99,462 youth in 213 communities collected during the 1996-97 school year.…
Descriptors: Behavior Patterns, Child Development, Disadvantaged Youth, Elementary Secondary Education
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