This is one of a series of videos from the Afterschool Training Toolkit, which can be accessed for free at http://www.sedl.org/afterschool/toolkits . The videos are based on visits to afterschool programs across the U.S. identified through a rigorous process based on data suggesting their afterschool academic practices positively impacted student learning.
You may access a video viewing guide online at: http://www.sedl.org/afterschool/resources/toolkit-dvd.html The viewing guide is designed to help both trainers and individuals learn how to implement these practices. It offers a suggested workshop discussion guide, and has specific activities to do before, during, and after watching the videos.
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