The millennial generation is quickly becoming more prominent in the political, economic, and social aspects of modern society. Studying new techniques which foster positive impact in their engagement with the outside world can help the millennial generation become one of the most constructive groups to date.
Fostering Positive Civic Engagement Among Millennials: Emerging Research and Opportunities is an essential reference source that provides in-depth discussions on the latest trends among millennial engagement practices in social and political contexts. Featuring pertinent topics such as student self-assessments, mentoring roles, and educational tools, this scholarly resource is ideal for educational leaders, academicians, students, and researchers that would like to discover better ways to promote engagement within the millennial generation.
Dr. Darrell Hucks
is currently an Assistant Professor of Elementary Education in the Education Department at Keene State College, USA. He received his Ph.D. in Teaching & Learning from New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. He was a public elementary school teacher in New York City for six years prior to becoming a teacher educator. His areas of research interests include: Collective Achievement and the schooling experiences of African American males; teacher education; elementary education; literacy and technology integration; culturally responsive pedagogy; research and assessment. Dr. Hucks’ current research examines the relationship between reading and writing at the college level. His research has resulted in several publications in referred journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings.