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From the report:
Overall, this report indicates that Global Game Changers has begun to set the foundation for a scalable and sustainable program that can meet its goal to reduce the enrichment gap as a means to make a positive impact on the academic, social, emotional and civic outcomes of the students they reach. With the support of UL College of Education & Human Development PhD. Evaluation Program, GGC intends to conduct a longitudinal study of the impact on the participating students.”

Dr. Jason C. Immekus, Associate Professor, College of Education and Human Development, University of Louisville

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External BLOCS Louisville (1) vs. Global Game Changers (2)

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From the report:
“Overall, this report indicates that the Global Game Changers program has been successful in its core mission: growing compassion and helping students understand and identify ways that they can help others and make a difference. The GGC/YMCA partnership reflected a clear and intentional enhancement of student engagement in content, skills and activities that are aligned with the CEP program values and the JCPS vision of preparing young people to reach their full potential and contribute to society throughout life. Students and staff not only enjoy the program; it also has a positive impact on those who participate.”

Dr. Judi Janderhaar, JCPS Evaluation Specialist

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“Qualitative and quantitative data revealed the program had a positive impact on students’ sense of power to help others and their motivation to do so. The program nurtured students’ creativity and ability to connect their unique strengths to contribute to the betterment of others. Various data points indicated a high level of student engagement and enjoyment of GGC lessons and activities, and the programs capacity to develop the key civic dispositions of compassion and promotion of the common good.”

Dr. Judi Vanderhaar, JCPS Evaluation Specialist

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“Teachers showed a strong level of enthusiasm for the curriculum and its ability to empower students to give back while teaching them critical academic standards. Their perceived value of the curriculum was high with respect to it impacting students’ motivation to help others, their self-confidence, helping develop an overall positive classroom climate and the fact that it integrated the common core for language arts and NAEYC standards so easily and age-appropriately into their lesson plans.”

Dr. Judi Vanderhaar, JCPS Evaluation Specialist