education, mentoring, intervention, EBD, social behavior
Relationships with non-parental adults are vital assets for positive youth development (Scales, 2003). Studies of resilience among youth from at risk backgrounds alerted scholars to protective functions that can be fulfilled by relationships with non parental adults (Werner, 1995).
Original Publication Citation
TECBD Conference, Tempe, AZ. (November 27)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Caldarella, Paul; Valentine, Shauna; Young, K. Richard; and Adams, Michael, "School-Based Mentoring: An Effective Intervention with Students at Risk for EBD" (2007). Faculty Publications. 1270.
David O. McKay School of Education
Center for Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling
© 2007 Paul Caldarella et al.
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