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Links to Resilience Related Literature

Benard, B. 2004. Resiliency: What We have Learned. San Francisco: WestEd. http://www.tanglewood.net/projects/teachertraining/Book_of_Readings/Benard.pdf

Boyden, J. 2003. “Children under fire: Challenging assumptions about children’s resilience.” Children, Youth and Environments 13(1). http://www.colorado.edu/journals/cye/13_1/Vol13_1Articles/CYE_CurrentIssue_Article_ChildrenUnderFire_Boyden.htm

Clemens, E.V. 2006. “Counseling adolescent students affected by the war in Iraq: using history as a guide.” Professional School Counseling, The Free Library (April 1). http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Counseling adolescent students affected by the war in Iraq: using...-a0144762549

Daud, A., B. af Klinteberg, and P.A. Rydelius. 2008. “Resilience and vulnerability among refugee children of traumatized and non-traumatized parents.” Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health (2)7. http://www.capmh.com/content/2/1/7

Gizir and Aydin (2009): Gizir, C.A., and G. Aydin. 2009.  “Protective factors contributing to the academic resilience of students living in poverty in Turkey.” Professional School Counseling 13(1): 38-49.
http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Protective+factors+contributing+to+the+academic+resilience+of...-a0210098266

Glad, M., and W. Hakim. 2009. “Knowledge on Fire: Attacks on education in Afghanistan (draft).” Study conducted by Care on Behalf of the World Bank with the assistance of CoAR.
http://www.care.org/newsroom/articles/2009/11/Knowledge_on_Fire_Report.pdf

Luthar, S. 1991. “Vulnerability and Resilience: A Study of High Risk Adolescents.” Child Development 62(3): 600-616.
http://www.worldwideopen.org/en/resources/detail/762#.UXgs6aVWLWE

Luthar, Cichetti, and Becker (2000): Luthar, S.S., D. Cicchetti, and B. Becker. 2000. “The construct of resilience: A critical evaluation and guidelines for future work.” Child Development 71(3): 543-562.
 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1885202/

Paton, J., R.P. Weissberg, J. Durlak, R. Taylor, K. Schellinger, and M. Pachan. 2008. The positive impact of social and emotional learning for kindergarten to eight-grade students. Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL). http://casel.org/publications/positive-impact-of-social-and-emotional-learning-for-kindergarten-to-eighth-grade-students-findings-from-three-scientific-reviews/

Schelble, J.L., B.A. Franks, and M.D. Miller. 2010. “Emotion Dysregulation and Academic Resilience in Maltreated Children.” Child and Youth Care Forum. http://www.researchgate.net/publication/225548871_Emotion_Dysregulation_and_Academic_Resilience _in_Maltreated_Children/file/79e4150210f1905a9f.pdf

Stolker, R. J. M.; Karydas, D. M.; Rouvroye, J. L. (2009).  A Comprehensive Approach to Assess Operational Resilience. Eindhoven University of Technology,  Eindhoven, Netherlands. Retrieved from http://www.resilience-engineering.org/RE3/papers/Stolker_Karydas_Rouvroye_text.pdf

Veale, A. 2010. Individual through community resilience in social reintegration of children associated with armed forces and groups. London: Coalition to Stop the Use of Child soldiers. http://www.child-soldiers.org/psychosocial_report_reader.php?id=306

Werner, E. 1990.  “Protective Factors and Individual Resilience.”  In S. J. S. Meisels (ed.), Handbook of Childhood Intervention. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.   http://www.healthychild.ucla.edu/wp/pdf/Session2Chapter6ProtectiveFactorsIndividualReslience.pdf

Additional Assessment Tools

Resilience Component 1: Risk and adversity assessment

Resilience Component 2: Assets and engagement tools

  • Youth and children resilience measures: Paper describes 38 tools that assess aspects of resilience, life strengths, hardiness and protective/risk factors
    Source: Kordich Hall, D. 2010. “Compendium of Selected Resilience and Related Measures for Children and Youth”. In Reaching IN… Reaching OUT. Toronto: The Child and Family Partnership.

  • Resilience tools critique: Paper assesses 15 tools that measure resilience
    Source: Windle, G., K.M. Bennet, and J. Noyes. 2011. “A Methodological Review of Resilience Measurement Scales”. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 9(8):1-18.

  • Community Development Toolkit: Outlines 17 tools for the assessment, planning, management and evaluation of community development
    Source: The World Bank

Resilience Component 3: Relevant school services tools

  • Socioemotional learning of preschool through elementary school measurements: Paper assesses 9 tools that measure social and emotional learning, aspects of the learning context and learning behaviors
    Source: Denham, S., P. Ji, and B. Hamre. 2010. Compendium of Preschool Through Elementary School Socio-Emotional Learning and Associated Measures. Denham, Susanne A., Peter Ji, and Bridget Hamre. Compendium of Preschool Through Elementary School Social-Emotional Learning and Associated Assessment Measures. Chicago: The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning.

  • Collection of socioemotional measurement tools: List of 15 tools to measure and assess school socioemotional learning practices, school climate, and child and youth needs and outcomes
    Source: Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning

  • STEP (Stepping Up More Jobs for Higher Productivity): A conceptual framework for thinking about system design for skills development
    Source: The World Bank

Resilience Component 4: Aligned Education Systems

Ethics Guidelines and Training Manuals

  • Research Ethics Training Curriculum (RETC): Online training program to design or implement research that includes human participants, or conduct reviews of the ethical aspects of research.
    Source: FHI 360°

  • Protecting Human Research Participants Course: Online training program on protecting research participants offered in English or Spanish.
    Source: National Institute of Health Office of Extramural Research

 

 

 




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