Spring 2016 issue of Afterschool Matters Now Available

April 20, 2016

The Spring 2016 issue of Afterschool Matters is now available. ASM is a national, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to promoting professionalism, scholarship and consciousness in the field of afterschool education.

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This issue's contents includes:

  • "Jumpin' Jaguars: Encouraging Physical Activity After School," by Heather E. Erwin, Stephanie A. Rose, Sarah R. Small, & Jay Perman
  • "Math Is Like a Scary Movie? Helping Young People Overcome Math Anxiety," by Margaret Kulkin
  • "Helping Low-Income Urban Youth Make the Transition to Early Adulthood: A Retrospective Study of the YMCA Youth Institute," by Julie O'Donnell & Sandra L. Kirkner
  • "Measuring and Understanding Authentic Youth Engagement: The Youth-Adult Partnership Rubric," by Heng-Chieh Jamie Wu, Mariah Kornbluh, John Weiss, & Lori Roddy
  • "'I Could See Myself as a Scientist': The Potential of Out-of-School Time Programs to Influence Girls’ Identities in Science," by Kelly Riedinger & Amy Taylor
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