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Nowhere to Hide: The Experiences of Young Women in Physical Education (1996)

Women's Education des femmes, Fall 1996 - Vol. 12, No. 3

The author examines the physical activity patterns of youth, specifically of young women. She focuses on the experiences of young women in physical education classes.

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2004-09-09

An Affective Skills Curriculum (1993)

Adapted from McLaughlin, P. (1993). Realizing Goals: An Affective Skills Curriculum Seattle, WA: ABLE Network

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2003-08-01

A Facilitator's Guide For Self-Esteem (1999)

Creating a Learning Culture in the Home

This document has a series of exercises that groups can use at workshops to learn how to understand, develop, and nurture self-esteem. It also has information to help someone facilitate the workshop.

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2003-06-24

Perceptions of Adult Literacy Learners About Themselves and Their Lives (1996)

One purpose of the 3-year study reported in this paper was to understand the lives of participants in adult literacy programs in a large urban center in Canada from the perspectives of the program participants themselves. A second purpose involved asking them about perceived changes in them and in their lives as they participated in literacy programs.

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1996-01-01

From Incarceration to Productive Lifestyle (1995)

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education

Making the Transition: An Instructional Guide for Incarcerated Youth Education provides information about incarcerated youth, the transition program in New York State, legal rights, inmate needs, and program staff needs. A series of sample lessons, many of which have been provided by corrections educators, is also included within the instructional guide.

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1995-01-01

Project Self (1999)

Self Esteem For Life Fulfilment

This workbook is a tool to help you discover and use your strengths for successful living. The lessons in this workbook will help you become more confident, relate better to others, and gain greater control of your life. Project SELF integrates self esteem and daily living skills. In other words, this workbook concentrates on building self esteem for the everyday world of social interaction, employment, learning and family.

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1990-01-01
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