Michele Eodice, "An Extracurriculum
for Writing Centers"
26 ns Extracurriculum
Number of school activities [R.
Second, school leaders began giving academic credit for various aspects of the extracurriculum
, such as providing English credit for students working on the school newspaper or yearbook.
The school maintained it would particularly benefit disabled and ethnic minority pupils, who do not normally attend after-school clubs and therefore miss out on extracurriculum
Students were selected from a pool of those actively involved in the extracurriculum
, especially in student government.
Russell's Writing in the Academic Disciplines, 1870-1990: A Curricular History, which moved scholars outside of exclusive research into writing classrooms, and Anne Ruggles Gere's "The Extracurriculum
of Composition," which provided a model for research into the local practices of rhetoric.
And what about the extracurriculum
, which many parents regard as almost as important as academics?
The consequences of such devaluation have historically been linked to school consolidation, a diminished extracurriculum
, and lowered student participation rates in activities of all kinds, eventually leading to a higher drop-out rate (Pittman, 1993).
Students who participated to a greater extent in the extracurriculum
reported higher self-esteem scores.