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Using Lessons from Visual Design to Make Better Material for Students

Using Lessons from Visual Design to Make Better Material for Students

George Lucas Educational Foundation | 2021

Slide design, Bitmoji classrooms, learning management system banners, document layouts, and more can all benefit from basic design theory. Learn how to design student materials in a way that reinforces learning rather than disrupts it.

Resource Link: https://impactstorycoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Using-Lessons-From-Visual-Design-to-Make-Better-Materials-for-K-12-Students-Edutopia.pdf

Parent Source: https://www.edutopia.org

Positive Youth Development Measurement Toolkit

Positive Youth Development Measurement Toolkit

USAID Youth Power Learning Team | 2016

This toolkit provides implementers of youth programming a variety of references, resources, and tools on how to use a positive youth development (PYD) approach for evaluating youth-focused programming. A PYD approach to evaluation will measure whether youth are positively engaged in and benefiting from investments that ultimately empower them to develop in healthy and positive ways so that they can contribute to the development of their communities.

Resource Link: https://impactstorycoaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Positive-Youth-Development-Toolkit.pdf

Parent Source: https://www.youthpower.org

Ready by 21

Ready by 21 increases the capacity of leaders to achieve collective impact for children and youth by providing standards, proven tools and solutions, and ways to measure and track youth success.

Social Issues from The Brookings Institute

The Social Issues area conducts in-depth research that leads to new ideas for solving problems facing society at the local, national and global level. Topics include children and families, crime and criminal justice, environment, poverty, race, gender, immigration, income inequality and social mobility.

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