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What are some of the best practices in Summer Learning for Middle and High School Youth? The National Summer Learning Association outlines their findings in a new report. Below is a summary of the best practices. "The literature revealed best practices in seven interconnected strands:•• Set High Standards •• Be Intellectually Challenging •• Be Relevant •• Embody Respect, Fun,and Enthusiasm •• Build Relationships •• Promote Attendance…See More
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What are some of the best practices in Summer Learning for Middle and High School Youth? The National Summer Learning Association outlines their findings in a new report. Below is a summary of the best practices. "The literature revealed best practices in seven interconnected strands:•• Set High Standards •• Be Intellectually Challenging •• Be Relevant •• Embody Respect, Fun,and Enthusiasm •• Build Relationships •• Promote Attendance…See More
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Best Practices in Summer Learning

Posted on May 11, 2012 at 10:00am 0 Comments

What are some of the best practices in Summer Learning for Middle and High School Youth? The National Summer Learning Association outlines their findings in a new report. Below is a summary of the best practices.



"The literature revealed best practices in seven interconnected strands:

•• Set High Standards

•• Be Intellectually Challenging

•• Be Relevant

•• Embody Respect, Fun,and…

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At 5:12pm on January 26, 2010, Gina Malewicz said…
What a small world!! I saw the link on the Turner Farm site. Sounds like a great organization!!!
At 10:35pm on November 16, 2009, Will Szal said…
Hi Michael,

I was just thinking about the Twitter List function when the idea of creating an FBEA one came to me. If you have a list of the e-mails of the attendees of the conference, you could could do a search to see which ones have Twitter accounts, and then add them to this list. We were talking about different ways to keep in touch, up to date, and although this would probably only affect the minority of members it would be something and could prove more valuable as this movement grows.

I was at the conference on Saturday, which was phenomenal by the way. Also, I do a bit of web design and I might be able to work with you guys at some point if you need it. And this online network tool looks great so far.
At 9:28pm on April 14, 2009, Joanna Green said…
HI Michael - I am just experimenting with this site. Thanks for connecting.
At 4:48pm on January 10, 2008, Patrick Connors said…
Hi, thanks for the message...I've never used a posting like this, hope I'm doing it right. Great for you to set this up for the FBEA, it could be a really nice networking tool, thanks again, all the best, Patrick.
 
 
 

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