New Report: Assessing What Kids Think About Themselves
Posted by on October 6, 2008
Assessing What Kids Think About Themselves: A Guide to Adolescent Self-Concept for Out-Of-School Time Program Practitioners. This new Child Trends brief provides information on how to assess self-concept among out-of-school program participants. It also suggests specific strategies that program providers can employ to improve an adolescent’s self-concept. It includes tools for measuring adolescent self-concept and a list of additional resources. Details: http://www.childtrends.org/youthdevelopment
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