Blog Archive

There is still time to sign up for our next Essentials of Asset Building for Trainers and Facilitators workshop.

Publish Date: 2015-Mar-17

Program quality is a big concern among youth development experts who work in out-of-school time (OST) settings.

Search Institute's newest assessment—the Youth and Program Strengths (YAPS) survey—is now available to help OST leaders zero in on what's working and what can be improved in their programs.

Publish Date: 2015-Mar-10

During the month of March you can save 10 percent on posters, books, and other helpful resources that feature bilingual text or Spanish handouts.

Publish Date: 2015-Mar-02

If students in your youth group or classroom are showing signs of winter fatigue and boredom, why not try some new activities to liven up the day?

Publish Date: 2015-Feb-23

April and May are the perfect months to start planning for your summer and fall programs. Search Institute's two most popular workshops—The Perseverance Process and Essentials of Asset Building—still have open seats.

Publish Date: 2015-Feb-18

The term executive function is familiar to researchers who study child development, but many parents and educators are probably reminded of what CEOs do in corporate offices—rather than what children develop during their critical early years of life.

Publish Date: 2015-Feb-10

With free shipping on orders over $200, February is a great time to stock up on Search Institute publications.

Publish Date: 2015-Feb-03

Join us May 6th at the University of Minnesota and find out why Search Institute's STICK TO IT process is resonating with educators and keeping students motivated.

Publish Date: 2015-Jan-26

A ground-breaking study of almost 1,000 young adolescents in northern Uganda finds that knowledge of sexual and reproductive health is related to higher levels of Developmental Assets.

Publish Date: 2015-Jan-20

Mentoring can improve mentees' attitudes toward school achievement and bolster their belief in their academic ability, according to youth development experts Gail Manza and Susan K. Patrick.

Publish Date: 2015-Jan-13