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Edwards, Oliver W.; Cheeley, Taylor – Children & Schools, 2016
Educational policies require the use of data and progress monitoring frameworks to guide instruction and intervention in schools. As a result, different problem-solving models such as multitiered systems of supports (MTSS) have emerged that use these frameworks to improve student outcomes. However, problem-focused models emphasize negative…
Descriptors: Youth, Youth Programs, Nutrition, Outcomes of Education
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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
Tapper, Donna; Zhu, Jing; Scuello, Michael – Online Submission, 2015
(Purpose) This study contributes to the knowledge base about strategies for helping disconnected youth re-engage with schooling. The study presents findings of a rigorous impact evaluation of the Good Shepherd Services (GSS) Transfer School Model that is grounded in developmental theory positing that social and emotional factors are essential to…
Descriptors: High School Students, Social Influences, Emotional Response, Student School Relationship
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Tolan, Patrick; Ross, Katherine; Arkin, Nora; Godine, Nikki; Clark, Erin – Applied Developmental Science, 2016
Positive development models shift focus for intervention from avoiding problems, deficits, or psychopathology to promoting skills, assets, and psychological well-being as the critical interests in development and intervention. The field can be characterized as multiple parallel lines of empirical inquiry from four frameworks: Social Competence,…
Descriptors: Intervention, Skill Development, Well Being, Interpersonal Competence