National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

Resource Description

This resource addresses the topic: Programming.

Links to Learning: A Curriculum Planning Guide to After-School Programs (New)
National Institute on Out-of-School Time: Wellesley Centers for Women
Covering a broad range of topics from technology to music, this resource provides tools to train afterschool staff and volunteers. It discusses childhood development as well as teaching techniques. Afterschool facilitators may use the tips for planning, implementing, and evaluating afterschool activities. The resource introduces seven key learning areas— literacy, science, math problem solving, arts, social competence, fitness and nutrition, and technology—and discusses reasons to include each learning area, how to implement the subject, whom to target, and possible activities. (180 pages)
© 2005
School-Age Notes
P.O. Box 476
New Albany, OH 43054
Phone: 800-410-8780

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