Working with at-risk teens, including those who are homeless, incarcerated, or in foster care, is a rewarding but often challenging endeavor, especially with a growing number of at-risk teens in both urban and rural areas of the country. Based on best practices and personal experiences from many leaders in the field today, including authors Angela Craig and Chantell L. McDowell, this book shows how libraries and communities can work together to find new ways to serve this population. Packed with accessible and affordable programming ideas, ready-to-use templates, and techniques, this addition to the Teens @ the Library series Demonstrates why serving at-risk teens is important, and offers advice for gaining institutional support for outreach services Shows how to understand the needs of at-risk teens, including a discussion of the factors that place teens at risk Examines diversity within the at-risk population Suggests ways to partner with youth facilities, with real-world examples of working with non-library personnel and caregivers Provides guidance for collection and resource development Gives examples of technology-based programs to promote literacy and connectedness... 113a114 on equipment checklist, 108 as resource for technology program, 109 a110 technology programs by, 111a112 on video-making programs, 118a119 on website evaluation, 115 D Daily Duties list, 126 Demonstrations/workshops, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Serving At-Risk Teens|
|Author||:||Angela Craig, Chantell L. McDowell|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2013|