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EDUC 4305 Making Connections: The Role of the Professional: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

EDUC 4305 Required Course Readings


The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Allen, K. P. (2010). A bullying intervention system: Reducing risk and creating support for aggressive students. Preventing School Failure, 54(3), 199–209. 

Budd, K. S., & Eyberg, S. M. (2005). Child and adolescent advocacy through research: Introduction to special section. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 34(4), 602–605.

Chance, R. (2010). Family literacy programs—Opportunities and possibilities. Teacher Librarian, 37(5), 8–12.

Chutter, K. (2009). Healthy relationships for youth: A youth dating violence intervention. Relational Child & Youth Care Practice22(4), 39–46. 

Coggins, C., Zuckerman, S., & McKelvey, L. A. (2010). Holding on to Gen Y. Educational Leadership, 67(8), 70–74. 

Davidson, A., Schwartz, S. E. O., & Noam, G. G. (2008). Creating youth leaders: Community supports. New Directions for Youth Development, 2008(120), 127–137. 

Deschenes, S., McLaughlin, M., & Newman, A. (2008). Organizations advocating for youth: The local advantage. New Directions for Youth Development, 2008(117), 11–25. 

Dill, V. S. (2010). Students without homes. Educational Leadership, 68(3), 43–47.

Friedman, E. K. (2010). Secondary prevention in an RTI model: A step toward academic recovery. Reading Teacher, 64(3), 207–210. 

Grossman, J. B., Roffman, J., & Rhodes, J. E. (2002). The rhetoric and reality of youth mentoring. New Directions for Youth Development93, 9–20. 

Imig, D. (2006). Building a social movement for America's children. Journal of Children & Poverty, 12(1), 21–37. 

Loya, C. (2009/2010). Health care for all. Educational Leadership, 67(4), 80–81. 

Moore, K. A. (2006). How can basic research on children and families be useful for the policy process? Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 52(2), 365–375.

Petersen, S. B. (2008). Reinventing clinical roles and space at school. New Directions for Youth Development, 2008(120), 103–125. 

Portwood, S. G., & Dodgen, D. W. (2005). Influencing policymaking for maltreated children and their families. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 34(4), 628–637. 

Roberts, J. (2009/2010). How we fight teen drinking. Educational Leadership, 67(4), 84–85.

Samuels, S. E., Craypo, L., Boyle, M., Crawford, P. B., Yancey, A., & Flores, G. (2010). The California Endowment's healthy eating, active communities program: A midpoint review. American Journal of Public Health, 100(11), 2114–2123. 

Schwartz, S. E. O., & Petersen, S. B. (2008). A new developmentalist role: Connecting youth development, mental health, and education. New Directions for Youth Development, 2008(120), 57–77. 

Smith-Davis, J. (2004). The new immigrant students need more than ESL. Education Digest, 69(8), 21–26.

Whittaker, J. K. (2009). Evidence-based intervention and services for high-risk youth: A North American perspective on the challenges of integration for policy, practice and research. Child & Family Social Work,14(2), 166–177.

Zaff, J. F., & Smerdon, B. (2009). Putting children front and center: Building coordinated social policy for America's children. Applied Developmental Science, 13(3), 105–118.  

Other Readings

Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.

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