Monthly Archives: April 2016

Saving Daylight and the Psychology of Learning

Saving Daylight and the Psychology of Learning By STUART GRAUER If any reader knows a single teen who “springs forward” or springs at all when another hour is stolen from them, let me know. Because the overwhelming research shows that, … Continue reading

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Intergenerational Learning: The Great Migration

Intergenerational Learning: The Great Migration By MAUREEN BOYLE and PATRICIA MCPHERSON Our students’ exposure to the black community in Brockton was predominantly shaped through service projects. They learned in the classroom about poverty and went to the city next door … Continue reading

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Tomorrow’s Change Makers

Tomorrow’s Change Makers By Dr. Marilyn Price-MitchellYouth volunteerism and civic engagement has changed in America. While the numbers of young people who volunteer have risen substantially, recent studies show that very few find meaning and purpose through serving their communities. … Continue reading

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