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Tuesday, 06 October 2015 14:13

The Time Is Now: Lights on Afterschool

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As I board a plane to head off to another location to go train, I reflect on how I arrived in the out-of-school time field. It has been 8 years now and I have loved every minute of it. Even though I focus more on adult learning, as I train…
Tuesday, 29 September 2015 15:17

Think You Know What Families Want? Think Again

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How many programs are built with the best of intentions but don't deliver what participants need? How many times do we offer opportunities for families that we think they need and are disappointed because turnout is low? I'm sharing one of our works-in-progress at Techbridge. We know how important participation…
Monday, 28 September 2015 22:41

Food as a Foundation for Global Understanding

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Asia Society and BOOST Collaborative are partnering to create a series of blogs on global learning in out-of-school time.  This blog entry was orginally published on EdWeek's Global Learning Blog.  This entry is written by Heather Loewecke, Senior Program Manager, Afterschool and Youth Leadership Initiatives, Asia Society. In this entry…
Friday, 25 September 2015 15:54

8 Tips for Breaking the Worry Cycle

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Our minds are incredibly powerful. They have the ability to help us create amazing things; or, they can us! The perfect example is worrying. We've all experienced worry — it's a natural human phenomenon. Worry happens when we have thoughts or emotions about a potential threat or problem in the…
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 14:06

The Red Ribbon

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We are going to start with a little game. I am going to quiz you to see how well you know social issue awareness colors. I will provide you with a single color and I would like you to identify all of the social issue that color represents. Here we…
Friday, 18 September 2015 17:49

The Soul of Out-of-School Time

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In his article titled "The Neoliberal Arts: How college sold its soul to the market," (Harper's Magazine, September 2015) William Deresiewicz argues that "College is seldom about thinking or learning anymore... The purpose of education in a neoliberal age is to produce producers." He goes on to state, "Everybody talks…
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 16:49

STEM Anyone? Everyone?

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STEM isn't one of my areas of expertise. As a consultant, I've spent time with hundreds of programs. I'm clear that there really are fifth graders who know much more than I do about robotics, coding and engineering design and are better at algebra than I ever will be. I…
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