Document Type

Graduate Project

Date of Degree Completion

Summer 1991

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

Byron L. DeShaw

Second Committee Member

Dan A. Unruh

Third Committee Member

Glenn Madsen

Abstract

Intergenerational programs are designed to bridge the generation gap and encourage the development of positive attitudes between the young and the old. T.hrough implementing intergenerational programs in the schools of today, students gain an understanding of the aging process, seniors in the community participate in a life satisfying activity, and school and community relations increase. To facilitate the implementation of intergenerational programs in the schools, a handbook was developed which outlines the process and procedures for a successful program.

Comments

Please note: The handbook in chapter 4 was not scanned along with the rest of the master's project.

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