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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:157
  • eBook ISBN:9781626758605

Empowering Youth

Accessing Positve Peer Power

by Chuck Gobel and Nicholas Schaeve

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Overview
Positive Peers was simply to be an activity used with a group of young persons whether a classroom, a whole class in a school or perhaps even the entire school. The hope was to foster the development of youth in a way that would improve their performance as well as that of the school organization by using a tightly constructed activity.
Description
Positive Peers was simply to be an activity used with a group of young persons whether a classroom, a whole class in a school or perhaps even the entire school. The hope was to foster the development of youth in a way that would improve their performance as well as that of the school organization by using a tightly constructed activity. While the book is not about newly discovered concepts, it is about a new and fresh total approach in the use of established concepts, some better known than others. It is about organizing around those concepts in new ways using a youth-centered system to produce higher functioning youth and youth organizations.
About the author
Chuck Gobel achieved undergraduate and graduate degrees in English and taught English at the high school level. He was also a high school principal. Subsequent to leaving his school roles, he represented school administrators and supervisors in Milwaukee as the executive director of their organization. Nicholas Schaeve served as a teacher, counselor, human relations program facilitator and principal working mainly in Milwaukee's public inner city elementary, middle and high schools. He completed graduate degrees at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and Marquette University with a focus on counseling studies and educational psychology and later completed a sequence in educational administration at Marquette University. Dr. Schaeve is a Life Member of the American Psychological Association.
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