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Research has shown that when young people know their sparks (their unique interests, passions, and talents), and have adults in their lives who support them in pursuing those sparks, they tend to have greater academic success and school attendance, lead happier and healthier lives, and contribute more to society. In short, they are more likely to thrive. This manual is an important component of the Igniting Sparks curriculum for young people in out-of-school-time groups. It includes the following information: · Instructions that guide students to create Spark.A.Vision videos about who they hope to be in the world · Learning sessions for students in grades three through twelve · Bonus activities and handouts · Reproducible materials, available as downloads, so students can explore their interests · Numerous resources including recommendations for best practices, a video discussion guide, and sample letters to send home with students · Research articles related to sparks, the Developmental AssetsŪ, and Tel.A.Vision (the parent software for Spark.A.Vision)
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Book Description Search Institute Press, 2013. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1574825364