Older adult woman exchanges laugh with middle school child in classroom.


DONATE NOW to help improve the lives of children, youth and older adults through intergenerational collaboration, public policies, and programs.

Education


Students and elders

Generations Together's Youth in Service to Elders Program. (1987). Intergenerational Clearinghouse, 5(1), 1-3.

A Guide for Older Volunteers:  Becoming a School Partner. (1989). Washington, D.C.: AARP.

Project EASE (Exploring Aging through Shared Experiences). (1993). Ithaca, NY: Resource Center.

Shall we dance?  Intergenerational dance program at May Hartman Senior Center, NYC. (1984). Aging, 346, 28-29.

Young Volunteers Serving America's Aging:  Resource Brief. College Park, MD: University of Maryland.

Aday, R. H., Sims, C. R., & Evans, E. (1991). Youth's attitudes towards the elderly:  The impact of intergenerational partners. Journal of Gerontology, 10, 372-384.

Aday, R. H., Sims, C. R., McDuffie, W., & Evans, E. (1996). Changing children's attitudes toward the elderly:  The longitudinal effects of an intergenerational partners program. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 20(2), 143-151.

Aday, R. H., Rice, C., & Evans, E. (1991). Intergenerational Partners Project:  A model linking elementary students with senior center volunteers. The Gerontologist, 31(2), 263-266.

Baggett, S. (1981). Attitudinal consequences of older adult volunteers in the public school setting. Educational Gerontology, 7, 21-31.

Bales, S. S., Eklund, S. J., & Siffin, C. F. (2000). Children's perceptions of elders before and after a school-based intergenerational program. Educational Gerontology, 26, 677-689.

Banerjee, N. (1988). Older and Wiser:  An Intergenerational Drop-out Prevention Effort. New York: Interface Foundation.

Barrett, D., Myers, R., Kramer, C., Newman, S., & Mullins, J. (1983). Intergenerational Volunteer Program in Special Education: A Manual for Implementation. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together:  University of Pittsburgh.

Barton, H. (1999). Effects of an intergenerational program on the attitudes of emotionally disturbed youth toward the elderly. Educational Gerontology, 25, 623-640.

Berkson, J., & Griggs, S. A. (1986). An intergenerational program at a middle school. The School Counselor, 34, 140-143.

Bisogno, E., & Perez, T. (2002). Outcomes:  Student interviews with seniors. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 132-142). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Bostrom, A.-K. (2003). Intergenerational learning in Stockholm County in Sweden:  A practical example of elderly men working in compulsory schools as a benefit for children. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(4), 7-24.

Brabazon, K. (1999). Student improvement in the intergenerational work/study program. Child & Youth Services, 20(1/2), 51-61.

Bressler, J. (2001). The impact of intergenerational programs on long-term care residents. at  Gerontological Society of America .

Bringle, R. G., & Kremer, J. F. (1993). Evaluation of an intergenerational service-learning project for undergraduates. Educational Gerontology, 19, 407-416.

Camper, K. (1992). SPICE:  Intergenerational Programs. Seattle, WA: Seattle Public Schools, School Programs Involving Community Elders.

Chen, N. (2003). Building bridges. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(3), 103-104.

Chetkow-Yanoov, B. (1991). Teaching gerontological content to schoolchildren in Israel as preparation for adult life. The Gerontologist, 31(5), 696-699.

Corbin, D., Kagan, D. M., & Metal-Corbin, J. (1987). Content analysis of an intergenerational unit on ageing in a sixth grade classroom. Educational Gerontology, 13(5), 403-410.

Corey, J. (1997). Storysharing:  A Bridge Between Generations. White Cloud, MI: North Country Press.

Couper, D. P., Sheehan, N. W., & Thomas, E. L. (1991). Attitude toward old people:  The impact of an intergenerational program. Educational Gerontology, 17, 41-53.

Crites, M., Dillard, L., & Sumpter, G. (1990). AgeLink Project Replication Manual:  An Intergenerational School-Age Child Care Program. North Carolina: Western Carolina University.

David, D. (2004). Effective intergenerational caregiving collaboratives:  Linking students and elders through service-learning. International Consortium for Intergenerational Programmes Second Biennial Conference .

Davis, S., & Ferdman, B. (1993). Nourishing the Heart:  A Guide to Intergenerational Arts Projects in the Schools. New York: City Lore, Inc.

DeSouza, E. (2007). Intergenerational interaction through reminiscence processes: A

theoretical framework to explain attitude changes. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5(1), 39-56.

Diamond, D. (1988). The Pittsburgh story:  Filling the grandparent gap. 50 Plus, 28(5), 42-51.

Disch, R. (1988). The young, the old, and the life review:  Report on a Brookdale project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 12(3/4), 125-135.

Doka, K. J. (1986). Adolescent attitudes and beliefs toward aging in the elderly. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 22(3), 173-187.

Donnelly, D. (2003). LRES and R & P Intergenerational Partnership. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(2), 105-106.

Ellis, S. W. (1998). The Intergenerational Programme Mentoring Project:  Final Research Report. Manchester, Canada: The Beth Johnson Foundation/Manchester Metropolitan University.

Faer, M. (1995). The intergenerational life history project:  Promoting health and reducing disease in adolescents and elders. Public Health Reports, 110(2), 194-198.

Feldman, S., Mahoney, H., & Seedsman, T. (2003). School-based intergenerational programs:  Laying the foundations for sustainability. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(2), 47-66.

Fink, D. (1985). Intergenerational Adventure:  A Training Curriculum for Older Adult Caregivers Working with School Age Children During the Hours After School. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Friedman, S. (1990). Closing the Gap:  An Intergenerational Discussion Model Guide for Replication. Kensington, MD: Interages.

Gamliel, T., et al. (2007). Intergenerational educational encounters:

Part 1--A model of knowledge. Educational Gerontology, 33(1), 1-22.

Gamliel, T., et al. (2007). Intergenerational educational encounters:

Part 2--Counseling implications of the model." Educational Gerontology, 33(2):

20, 145-164. 

Generations Together, U. o. P., National Senior Citizens Education and Research Center, Learning Improvement Services, F. C. S., & Senior Citizens Services, F. C. S. (1998). Training Older Adults as In-School Tutors. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together:  University of Pittsburgh.

Glass, T. A., Freedman, M., Carlson, M. C., Hill, J., Frick, K. D., Ialongo, N., McGill, S., Rebok, G. W., Seeman, T., Tielsch, J. M., Wasik, B. A., Zeger, S., & Fried, L. P. (2004). Experience Corps:  Design of an intergenerational program to boost social capital and promote the health of an aging society. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 94-105.

Greene, D. (1998). Reciprocity in two conditions of service-learning. Educational Gerontology, 24(5), 411-424.

Hamilton, G., Brown, S., Alonzo, T., Glover, M., Mersereau, Y., & Willson, P. (1999). Building community for the long term:  An intergenerational commitment. The Gerontologist, 39(2), 235-238.

Hammack, B. (1992). Shared Lives:  An Intergenerational Discussion Model. Kensington, MD: Interages.

Hatton-Yeo, A. (2006). Intergenerational Programmes:  An Introduction and Examples of Practice. Stoke-on-Trent, England: Beth Johnson Foundation and the Centre for Intergenerational Practice.

Hegeman, C., & Linsider, R. (1992). Coordinated Student Involvement in Elder Care. Albany, NY: Foundation for Long Term Care.

Hermoso, J., Rosen, A. L., et al. (2006). Increasing aging and advocacy

competency: The intergenerational advocacy pilot project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1), 179-192.

Herrmann, D. S., Sipsas-Herrmann, A., Stafford, M., & Herrmann, N. (2005). Benefits and risks of intergenerational program participation by senior citizens. Educational Gerontology, 31(2), 123-138.

Hill, D. (1987). Promoting intergenerational programs:  Triads with youth, elderly, and students, a case example. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 10(3/4), 155-164.

Hutchinson, S. A., & Bondy, E. (1990). The Pals Program:  Intergenerational remotivation. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 16(2), 18-26.

INTERFACE, New York City Department for the Aging, & New York City Public Schools. (1990). Between Friends:  Creating Intergenerational Work-Study Programs for Youth at Risk and Older Adults. New York: Fund for Aging Services, Inc.

Kassab, C., & Vance, L. (1999). An assessment of the effectiveness of an intergenerational program for youth. Psychological Report, 84, 198-200.

Kazemek, F., & Logas, B. (2000). Spiders, kid curlers, and white shoes:  Telling and writing stories across generations. The Reading Teacher, 53(6), 446-451.

Kiernan, H. W., & Mosher-Ashley, P. M. (2002). Strategies to expand a pen pal program from simple letters into a full intergenerational experience. Educational Gerontology, 28, 337-345.

Kimeldorf, M. (unknown).  Friends Across the Divide:  Creating Community and Learning Opportunities One Email at a Time.  Kimeldorf Publishing.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). The Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). Project Leader's Guide for the Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Kinnevy, S., & Morrow-Howell, N. (1999). Perceived benefits of intergenerational tutoring. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 20(2), 3-17.

Knapp, J. L., & Stubblefield, P. (2000). Changing students' perceptions of aging:  The impact of an intergenerational service learning course. Educational Gerontology, 26, 611-621.

Kramer, C., & Newman, S. (1985). Senior Citizen School Volunteer Programs. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Generations Together.

Large, A., Bowler, L., et al. (2007). Creating web portals with children as designers:

Bonded design and the Zone of Proximal Development. McGill Journal of Education, 42(1), 61-82.

Larson, J. M., & Meyer, M. H. (2006). Generations Gardening Together:  Sourcebook for Intergenerational Therapeutic Horticulture. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Lohman, H., Griffiths, Y., & Coppard, B. M. (2005). Intergenerational connections through book discussion groups. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 27-34.

Lynott, P. P. & Merola, P. R. (2007). Improving the attitudes of 4th graders toward

older people through a multidimensional intergenerational program. Educational

Gerontology, 33(1), 63-74.

MacDonald, M. (2005). Intergenerational interactions occurring within a shared reading program. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(4), 45-61.

Machir, J., & Skinner, J. (2004). Pencil Pals:  Bridging the community and generations. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(2), 101-103.

Mahmood, S. (2006). The employers' view on older adults as staff in early childhood

education services. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 29-48

Marcia, M., Hubbard, P., Cohen-Mansfield, J., Dakheel-Ali, M., & Thein, K. (2005). Community-service activities versus traditional activities in intergenerational visiting program. Educational Gerontology, 31(4), 263-271.

Marcia, S., Alicia, R., Parpura-Gill, A., & Cohen-Mansfield, J. (2004). Direct observations of children at risk for academic failure:  Benefits of an intergenerational visiting program. Educational Gerontology, 30(8), 663-675.

Marx, M. S., Cohen-Mansfield, J., Renaudat, K., Libin, A., & Thein, K. (2005). Technology-mediated versus face-to-face intergenerational programming. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 101-118.

McCrea, J. M., & Cottom, S. (1996). Community Service to the Elderly: A Service-Learning Model - Guidelines for Replication . Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

McCrea, J. M., Forker, D. L. J., & Winters, J. (1996).  Human Development Across the Lifespan: A Pilot Intergenerational Project in Three Pennsylvania School Districts - Curriculum Guide for Family and Consumer Science. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

McFarland, K., Rhoades, D., Roberts, E., & Eleazer, P. (2006). Teaching communication and listening skills to medical students using life review with older adults . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 27(1), 81-94.

Melcher, J. (1991). Caring is the Key:  Building a School-Based Intergenerational Service Program. Pennsylvania: PennSERVE and Generations Together.

Merola, P. R., & Lynott, P. P. (2005). A friendship, a tea, and a play:  An intergenerational program. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 119-123.

Meshel, D., & McGlynn, R. P. (2004). Intergenerational contact, attitudes, and stereotypes of adolescents and older people. Educational Gerontology, 30(6), 457-479.

Middlemiss, W., & Meyer, B. J. F. (2004). Introducing an intergenerational, internet-based tutoring program:  Meeting program challenges. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(2), 7-25.

Moen, P., Fields, V., Meador, R., & Rosenblatt, H. (2000). Fostering integration:  A case study of the Cornell Retirees Volunteering in Service (CRVIS) Program. K. Pillemer, P. Moen, E. Wethington, & N. Glasgow (Editors), Social Integration in the Second Half of Life (pp. 247-264). Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Morgan Jr., R. E., Bertera, R.L., & Reid, L.A. (2007). An intergenerational approach

to informal science learning and relationship building among older adults and

youth. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5(3), 27-43.

Newman, S. (1988). The impact of the school volunteer experience on the well-being of older persons. Paper presented at Gerontological Society of America Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Newman, S., Karip, E., & Faux, R. B. (1995). Everyday memory function of older adults:  The impact of intergenerational school volunteer programs. Educational Gerontology, 21, 569-580.

Newman, S., & Larimer, B. (1995). Senior Citizen School Volunteer Program:  Report on Cumulative Data 1988-1995. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Generations Together.

Newman, S., Morris, G. A., & Streetman, H. (1999). Elder-child interaction analysis:  An observation instrument for classrooms involving older adults as mentors, tutors, or resource persons. Child & Youth Services, 20(1/2), 129-145.

Newman, S., Newman, H., Onawola, R., & Thompson, C. (1986). The Youth in Service to Elders (YISTE) Program:  A Case Study. Unpublished Paper,  1-19.

Newman, S., Vasudev, J., & Onawola, R. (1985). Older volunteers' perception of impact of volunteering on their psychological well being. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 14(2), 123-134.

Ng, J. (2005). Promoting intergenerational relationships through table tennis. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 89-92.

Nichols, A. H., & Monard, K. (2001). Designing intergenerational service-learning courses based on student characteristics. Educational Gerontology, 27, 37-48.

Ohio Intergenerational Initiative. (unknown).  Intergenerational School Volunteer Manual. Cleveland, OH: Fairhill Center for Aging, Intergenerational Resource Center.

Perschbacher, R. (1985). Making connections between the school system and the nursing home. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 6(3), 37-42.

Peterat, L., & Mayer-Smith, J. (2006). Farm Friends:  Exploring Intergenerational Environmental Learning. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(1), 107-116.

Proller, N. L. (1989). The effects of an adoptive grandparent program on youth and elderly participants. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 195-203). New York: Haworth Press.

Rebok, G. W., Carlson, M. C., Glass, T. A., McGill, S., Hill, J., Wasik, B. A., Ialongo, N., Frick, K. D., Fried, L. P., & Rasmussen, M. D. (2004). Short-term impact of Experience Corps participation on children and schools:  Results from a pilot randomized trial. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 79-93.

Rose-Colley, M., & Eddy, J. M. (1988). Interactions of university students with elderly individuals. Educational Gerontology, 14, 33-43.

Saltz, R. (1989). Research evaluation of a Foster Grandparent Program. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 205-216). New York: Haworth Press.

Sannoff, A. (2002). Phi Beta Gramma. Modern Maturity, AARP,  15.
Abstract: College retirement villages mix granddads and undergrads

Schindler, D., & Bruchey, S. (1996). Urban Youth and the Frail Elderly:  Reciprocal Giving and Receiving.  Garland Publishing, Inc.

Schwalbach, E., & Kiernan, S. (2002). Effects of an intergenerational friendly visit program on the attitudes of fourth graders toward elders. Educational Gerontology, 28, 175-187.

Schworm, P. (2004 March). At your service:  High schools turning real life into a classroom. Boston Globe, pp. C1, C7.

Setterlund, D., & Abbott, J. (1995). Older women participating in the community:  Pathways and barriers. Community Development Journal, 30(3), 276-284.

Siegel, E. (1985). Intergenerating in San Francisco's public schools. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 51-53). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Singleton, J. L. (2006). Infusing gerontology throughout the BSW curriculum.

Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1), 31-46.

Slaght, E., & Stampley, C. (2006). Promoting intergenerational practice. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 73-86.

Sowers, M. A. (2007). High School FCS Program Reaches Out to Senior Citizens.

Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 99(1), 19-21.

Strande, P. O. (2006). School grandparents in Norway. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 111-114.

Strom, R. D., & Strom, S. K. (1994). Grandparent volunteers in the school:  Building a partnership. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 21(4), 329-339.

Strom, R., & Strom, S. (1999). Establishing school volunteer programs. Child & Youth Services, 20(1/2), 175-188.

Strom, R. D., & Strom, S. K. (1995). Grandparent volunteers and education. Education Digest,  48-52.

Teh, L., & Terry, D. (2005). Foster grandparent program. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 79-84.

Tice, C. (1994). Developing a Curriculum of Caring:  A Guide to Intergenerational Programs in Schools. Ann Arbor, MI: Lifespan Resources.

Tice, C. (1993). A Guide to Mentoring. Ann Arbor, MI: Lifespan Resources.

Tice, C. H. (1991). Developing informal networks of caring through intergenerational connections in school settings. Marriage and Family Review, 16(3/4), 377-389.

Tice, C. R. (1985). Teaching-learning communities:  An investment in learning and wellness. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 61-64). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Tierce, J. W., & Sielbach, W. C. (1987). Elders as school volunteers:  An untapped resource. Educational Gerontology, 13(1), 33-41.

Turnbull, B. J., & Smith, D. L. (2004). Experience Corps in Urban Elementary Schools:  A Survey of Principals. Washington, D.C.: Policy Studies Associates, Inc.

Waddock, S. A., & Freedman, M. (1999). Reducing the generation gap and strengthening schools. Generations, 22(4), 54-57.

Waggoner, G. (1995). Adopt an elder:  Linking youth and the elderly. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 20(1), 41-52.

Waldrop, D. P., Fabiano, J. A., Nochajski, T. H., Zittel-Palamara, K. M., Davis, E. L., & Goldberg, L. J. (2006). More than a set of teeth:  Assessing and enhancing dental students' perceptions of older adults. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 27(1), 37-56.

Wallach, H. F., Kelly, F., & Abrahams, J. P. (1979). Psychosocial rehabilitation for chronic geriatric patients:  An intergenerational approach. The Gerontologist, 19(5), 464-470.

Ward, C. R., & Faux, R. (1997). Retired engineers in an intergenerational program in higher education. The Southwest Journal on Aging, 12(1-2), 5-11.

Weinsberg, E. J. (1974). High School Volunteers' Attitudes About the Elderly:  The Short-Term Effects of Contact with Aged Residents of Nursing Homes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, New York.

Weinstein, L. (2005). Student Awareness Day programs:  An intergenerational program to reduce prejudice. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(2), 133-136.

Whitley, E., & Duncan, R. (1985). Life-long learners together: A program of intergenerational education. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 53-54). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Wilson, L. B., & Simson, S. (1991). The role of social work in intergenerational programming. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 16(1/2), 87-95.

Winston, L. (2001). Grandpartners:  Intergenerational Learning and Civic Renewal, K-6. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Xaverius, P. K., & Mathews, R. M. (2003). Evaluating the impact of intergenerational activities on elders' engagement and expressiveness levels in two settings. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(4), 53-69.

Ziemba, J., Roop, K., & Wittenberg, S. (1988). A magic mix:  After-school programs in a nursing home. Children Today, 17(5), 9-13.

College-linked retirement communities

Big seniors on campus:  Colleges are appealing to retirees by offering housing complete with academic perks. (2004). Business Week Online, July 26.

Adelman, R. (2002). Learning and teaching across generations. Paper presented at Gerontological Society of America conference, November, Boston, MA.

Alexander, K. (2003 May). Grandparents are returning to college, to retire. New York Times, p. 8.

Boss, S. J. (1999). On campus, the living is easy. Christian Science Monitor , September 21.

Brod, K. L. (2002). A market perspective on the newest niche of continuing care retirement communities. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 7-8.

Carney, S. (1999 July). U-M, developer collaborate on assisted living. Ann Arbor News, pp. C1, C4.

Carroll, B. (unknown). Back to school:  A unique assisted-living program in Ann Arbor keeps its residents busy with university life. Jewish News, p. unknown.

Chrismer, E. (2003). Educational and cultural options make university community a retirement haven. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 11(2), 3, 8.

Doll, G. A. (2006). Enhancing gerontology education: The role of older adult

auditors in a human development and aging course. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 63-72.

Edgar, J. (2001 October). U-M effort a novel assisted-living setup. Detroit Free Press.

Gordon, L., & Shinagel, M. (2004). New goals for continuing higher education:  The older learner. Harvard Generations Policy Journal, 1(Winter), 53-65.

Hamon, R. R. (2002). Service-learning program pairs student, elders. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 4-5.

Krolicki, K. (1999 July). Assisted-living project uses collegiate influences. Detroit News, p. 2B.

Krout, J. A. (2002). The Ithaca College - Longview partnership. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 3, 6.

Krout, J. A., & Porgozala, C. H. (2002). An intergenerational partnership between a college and congregate housing facility:  How it works, what it means. The Gerontologist, 42(6), 853-858.

Lawrence-Jacobson, A. (2006). Intergenerational community action and youth empowerment. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(1), 137-147.

Manheimer, R. (2003). At home amidst the ivy:  Retirement communities linked to colleges offer lifelong learning and stimulating atmospheres. Where to Retire, September-October, 158-164.

Manheimer, R. J. (2002). Academic villages bring together senior housing, university learning. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 1, 6.

Nalbone, H. (2001 December). Assisted living facilitates intergenerational research. Housing the Elderly Report, p. 5.

Natvig, D. (2007). Meeting intergenerational needs through service learning.

Educational Gerontology, 33(7),573-586.

Panchuck, P. (2004). Elder housing and lifelong learning in university settings. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 12(3), 3, 6.

Panchuck, P. (2002). A model for older adult living and learning. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 2, 7.

Panchuck, P. D. (2003). The benefits of intergenerational exchange. The Fuss Center Research Brief, 1(1), 1-2.

Pogorzala, C., & Krout, J. A. (2001). A comprehensive intergenerational programmatic partnership:  Initial issues and outcomes. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 21(4), 39-54.

Robertson, T. (2005 October). Seniors opting to retire with a touch of class, Live golden years near campuses. The Boston Globe, p. unknown.

Rose, J. (2002 September). U-M condos combine senior living, learning. Detroit Free Press, pp. 1-2G.

Sannoff, A. (2002). Phi Beta Gramma. Modern Maturity, AARP,  15.
Abstract: College retirement villages mix granddads and undergrads

Wilson, L. B., & Simson, S. (2003). Combining Lifelong Learning with Civic Engagement: A University-Based Model. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 24(1), 47-61.

College students and elders

Adelman, R. (2002). Learning and teaching across generations. Paper presented at Gerontological Society of America conference, November, Boston, MA.

Alexander, K. (2003 May). Grandparents are returning to college, to retire. New York Times, p. 8-.

Ames, N., & Diepstra, S. A. (2006). Using intergenerational oral history service-

learning projects to teach human behavior concepts: A qualitative analysis. Educational Gerontology, 32(9), 721-735.

Anderson, T. B. (1999). Aging education in higher education:  Preparing for the 21st century. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 571-579.

Angelique, H. L., Reischl, T. M., & Davidson II, W. S. (2002). Promoting political empowerment:  Evaluation of an intervention with university students. American Journal of Community Psychology, 30(6), 815-833.

Auerbach, D. N., & Levinson, R. (1977). Attitude change in college students toward the elderly. The Gerontologist, 17, 362-366.

Balogun, J. A. (2002). Evaluation of service learning for physical therapy students. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 244-251). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Beatty, P. T., & Burroughs, L. (1999). Preparing for an aging workforce:  The role of higher education. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 595-611.

Blieszner, R., & Artale, L. M. (2001). Benefits of intergenerational service-learning to human services majors. Educational Gerontology, 27, 71-87.

Bringle, R. G., & Kremer, J. F. (1993). Evaluation of an intergenerational service-learning project for undergraduates. Educational Gerontology, 19, 407-416.

Chellam, G. (1981). Intergenerational affinities:  Symmetrical life experiences of the young adults and the aging in Canadian society.  International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 12(2), 79-92.

Chhabi, K. Q. N. (2006). Intergenerational activities at Shinshu University in Japan. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 115-118.

Cliff, M., & Faux, R. (1995). Intergenerational Design Project Implementation Manual. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Generations Together and School of Engineering.

Cohen, H. L., Hatchett, B., & Eastridge, D. (2006). Intergenerational service-learning: An innovative teaching strategy to infuse gerontology content into foundation courses. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 161-178.

Colston, L., Harper, S., & Mitchener-Colston, W. (1995). Volunteering to improve fitness and caring:  A motive for linking college students with mature adults. Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 20(1), 79-90.

Corwin, S. J., Bates, T., et al. (2007). Two models for implementing senior mentor

programs in academic medical settings. Educational Gerontology, 33(5): 383-393.

Dellmann-Jenkins, M., Fowler, L., Lambert, D., Fruit, D., & Richardson, R. (1994). Intergenerational sharing seminars:  Their impact on young adult college students and senior guest students. Educational Gerontology, 20, 579-588.

Doll, G. A. (2006). Enhancing gerontology education: The role of older adult auditors in a human development and aging course. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 63-72.

Dorfman, L. T., Murty, S. A., Ingram, J. G., & Evans, R. J. (2002). Incorporating intergenerational service-learning into an introductory gerontology course. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 39(1-2), 219-240.

Dorfman, L. T., et al. (2007). Evaluating the outcomes of gerontological curriculum

enrichment: A multi-method approach. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 27(4), 1-21.

Firman, J. P., & Gelfand, D. E. (1983). Students as resources to the aging network. The Gerontologist, 23(2), 185-191.

Firman, J. P., Gelfand, D. E., & Ventura-Merkel, C. (1985). Students as resources to the aging network. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 16-18). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Fruhauf, C. A., Jarrott, S. E., & Lambert-Shute, J. J. (2004). Service-learners at dementia care programs: An intervention for improving contact, comfort, and attitudes. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(1), 37-52.

Gordon, S. K., & Hallauer, D. C. (1976). Impact of a friendly visiting program on attitudes of college students toward the aged.   The Gerontologist, 16(4), 371-376.

Gordon, L., & Shinagel, M. (2004). New goals for continuing higher education:  The older learner. Harvard Generations Policy Journal, 1(Winter), 53-65.

Hamon, R., & Koch, D. K. (1993). The elder mentor relationship:  An experiential learning tool. Educational Gerontology, 19 (2), 147-159.

Hamon, R. R. (2002). Service-learning program pairs student, elders. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 4-5.

Hanks, R. S., & Icenogle, M. (2001). Preparing for an age-diverse workforce:  Intergenerational service-learning in social gerontology and business curricula. Educational Gerontology, 27, 49-70.

Harwood, J., & Williams, A. (1998). Expectations for communication with positive and negative subtypes of older adults. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 47(1), 11-33.

Hegeman, C. (2002). Definitions and Rationale. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 3-8). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Hermoso, J., Rosen, A. L., Overly, L., & Tompkins, C. J. (2006). Increasing aging and advocacy competency: The intergenerational advocacy pilot project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 179-192.

Jarrott, S., & Yorgason, J. (2002). Service-learning at dementia care programs:  A social history project. Paper presented at Association for Gerontology in Higher Education .

Joyner, M. C., & DeHope, E. (2006). Transforming the curriculum through the intergenerational lens . Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 127-137.

Karasik, R. J. (2005). Breaking the time barrier:  Helping students find the time to do intergenerational service-learning . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(3), 49-63.

Karasik, R. J., Maddox, M., & Wallingford, M. (2004). Intergenerational service-learning across levels and disciplines: "One size (does not) fit all" . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(1), 1-17.

Karasik, R. J. & Wallingford, M. S. (2007). Finding community: Developing and

maintaining effective intergenerational service-learning partnerships. Educational Gerontology, 33(9), 775-793.

Knapp, J. L., & Stubblefield, P. (2000). Changing students' perceptions of aging:  The impact of an intergenerational service learning course. Educational Gerontology, 26, 611-621.

Krout, J. A. (2002). The Ithaca College - Longview partnership. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 3, 6.

Krout, J. A., & Porgozala, C. H. (2002). An intergenerational partnership between a college and congregate housing facility:  How it works, what it means. The Gerontologist, 42(6), 853-858.

Lambert-Shute, J. J., Jarrott, S. E., & Fruhauf, C. A. (2004). Service learning at dementia care programs: An orientation and training program . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 25(1), 19-35.

Laterza, T. (1995). Intergenerational Service Learning:  A Guide For Faculty. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Lawrence-Jacobson, A. (2006). Intergenerational community action and youth empowerment. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(1), 137-147.

Lohman, H., Griffiths, Y., & Coppard, B. M. (2005). Intergenerational connections through book discussion groups. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 27-34.

Long, H. B. (1983). Academic performance, attitudes, and social relations in intergenerational college classes. Educational Gerontology, 9(5-6), 471-481.

Intergenerational Service-Learning In Gerontology. (2001). T. V. D. I. Lucy Jones (Producer): Generations Together.

Manheimer, R. J. (2002). Academic villages bring together senior housing, university learning. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 1, 6.

Manheimer, R. J. (1997). Generations learning together. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 79-91.

McFarland, K., Rhoades, D., Roberts, E., & Eleazer, P. (2006). Teaching communication and listening skills to medical students using life review with older adults . Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 27(1), 81-94.

McGowan, T. G., & Blankenship, S. (1994). Intergenerational experience and ontological change. Educational Gerontology, 20, 589-604.

Metal-Corbin, J. (1983). Shared movement programs:  College students and older adults. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 54(5), 46,50.

Montoro-Rodriguez, J., & Pinazo, S. (2005). Evaluating social integration and psychological outcomes for older adults enrolled at a University Intergenerational Program . Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 65-81.

Muir, K. B. (2006). Measuring the benefits of mentoring for foster grandparents: A

research note. Educational Gerontology, 32(5), 379-387.

Murphy-Russell, S., Die, A. H., & Walker, J. L. (1986). Changing attitudes toward the elderly:  The impact of three methods of attitude change. Educational Gerontology, 12, 241-251.

Natvig, D. (2007). Meeting intergenerational needs through service learning.

Educational Gerontology, 33(7),573-586.

Newell, D. A., & Beach, R. E. (2005). Implementation and delivery of an intergenerational community learning experience: The Family Home Visit Program. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 6-26.

Nichols, A. H., & Monard, K. (2001). Designing intergenerational service-learning courses based on student characteristics. Educational Gerontology, 27, 37-48.

Panchuck, P. (2002). A model for older adult living and learning. The Older LEARNer:  Newsletter of the Lifetime Education and Renewal Network, 10(3), 2, 7.

Panchuck, P. D. (2003). The benefits of intergenerational exchange. The Fuss Center Research Brief, 1(1), 1-2.

Peacock, J. R. & O'Quin, J. A. (2006). "Higher education and foster grandparent

programs: Exploring mutual benefits." Educational Gerontology, 32(5), 367-378.

Pearlman, V., & Wallingford, M. S. (2003). Intergenerational wellness programming in occupational therapy. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(2), 67-78.

Pillemer, K., & Schultz, L. (2002). Evaluation of the Student Assisted Independent Living (SAIL) service-learning project. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 252-260). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Pine, P. P. (1997). Learning by sharing:  An intergenerational college course. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 93-102.

Pogorzala, C., & Krout, J. A. (2001). A comprehensive intergenerational programmatic partnership:  Initial issues and outcomes. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 21(4), 39-54.

Raudenbush, S., & Galura, J. (2000). We made the road by talking:  Teaching Education 310, 'Service Learning with Multicultural Elders' at the University of Michigan. C. R. O'Grady (Editor), Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities (pp. 153-167). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Reinke, B., Holmes, D., & Denney, N. (1981). Influence of a "friendly visitor" program on the cognitive functioning and morale of elderly persons. American Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 9, 491-506.

Roos, V. (2004). Intergenerational interaction between institutionalized older persons and biologically unrelated university students.  Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(1), 79-94.

Rose-Colley, M., & Eddy, J. M. (1988). Interactions of university students with elderly individuals. Educational Gerontology, 14, 33-43.

Roth, D. E. (2004). Young adult college students reflect on their interaction with frail elders in culture change:  In light of world religions. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(1), 29-45.

Sannoff, A. (2002). Phi Beta Gramma. Modern Maturity, AARP,  15.

Schulz, R. (1976). Effects of control and predictability on the physical and psychological well-being of the institutionalized aged. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 33(5), 563-573.

Schulz, R., & Hanusa, B. H. (1978). Long-term effects of control and predictability-enhancing interventions:  Findings and ethical issues. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 36(11), 1194-1201.

Segrist, K. (2004). Assessing impact of service-learning project on older, isolated adults in rural America. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(2), 51-66.

Seperson, S. B. (2002). Fieldwork suggestions:  What to do and how to do it. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 160-163). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Seperson, S. B. (2002). Student, teacher, mentor and the service-learning classroom experience. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 73-83). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Seperson, S. B. (2002). Why service learning works. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 9-11). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Seperson, S. B., & Hegeman, C. (2002). Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Shapiro, K., & Hegeman, C. (2002). Service learning and elder care:  Some examples. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 12-14). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Singleton, J. L. (2006). Infusing gerontology throughout the BSW curriculum.

Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1), 31-46.

Sperling, P., & Sprayregen, A. (2002). Service learning with the elderly and chronically ill for architectural students. In S. B. Seperson, & C. Hegeman (Editors), Elder Care and Service Learning:  A Handbook (pp. 240-243). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Tatchell, T., Jordan, T. R., Waite, P. J., & Tatchell, R. H. (2003). Transmissive Reminiscence Therapy with college students and institutionalized senior adults. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(4), 35-52.

Underwood, H. L., & Dorfman, L. T. (2006). A view from the other side: Elders' reactions to intergenerational service-learning. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 43-60.

Vandsberger, E., & Wakefield, M. (2005). Service learning with rural older adults:  Effects on students' career perspectives in gerontology. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(4), 83-97.

Waldrop, D. P., Fabiano, J. A., Nochajski, T. H., Zittel-Palamara, K. M., Davis, E. L., & Goldberg, L. J. (2006). More than a set of teeth:  Assessing and enhancing dental students' perceptions of older adults. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 27(1), 37-56.

Ward, C. R., & Faux, R. (1997). Retired engineers in an intergenerational program in higher education. The Southwest Journal on Aging, 12(1-2), 5-11.

Ward, C., Duquin, M. E., & Streetman, H. (1998). Effects of intergenerational massage on future caregivers:  Attitudes toward aging, the elderly, and caring for the elderly. Educational Gerontology, 24(1), 35-48.

Weinreich, D. M. (2004). Interdisciplinary teams, mentorship, and intergenerational service-learning. Educational Gerontology, 30(2), 143-157.

Wilson, L. B., & Simson, S. (2003). Combining Lifelong Learning with Civic Engagement: A University-Based Model. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 24(1), 47-61.

Technology

Galston, W. A. (1999). (How) does the Internet affect community?  Some speculations in search of evidence. E. C. Kamarck, & J. S. Nye (Editors), Governance in a Networked World (pp. 45-61). Hollis, NH: Hollis Publishing Company.

Kimeldorf, M. (unknown).  Friends Across the Divide:  Creating Community and Learning Opportunities One Email at a Time.  Kimeldorf Publishing.

Kurubacak, G., & Yuzer, T. V. (2006). Democratic adult and at-risk youth

paticipations through interactive radio programs. Online Submission: 15.

Large, A., Bowler, L., et al. (2007). Creating web portals with children as designers:

Bonded design and the Zone of Proximal Development. McGill Journal of Education, 42(1), 61-82.

Marx, M. S., Cohen-Mansfield, J., Renaudat, K., Libin, A., & Thein, K. (2005). Technology-mediated versus face-to-face intergenerational programming. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 101-118.

Middlemiss, W., & Meyer, B. J. F. (2004). Introducing an intergenerational, internet-based tutoring program:  Meeting program challenges. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(2), 7-25.

Natvig, D. (2007). Meeting intergenerational needs through service learning.

Educational Gerontology, 33(7),573-586.

Targ, D. B., & Brintnall-Peterson, M. (2001). Grandparents raising grandchildren:  Impact of a national satellite video program. Journal of Family Issues, 22(5), 579-593.

Wu, J. (2005). Hands in hands, surfing the net in the new century:  Intergenerational ties through the net in China . Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(1), 85-88.

 

Intergenerational education

Broomall, J. K. (1992). Intergenerational synergy. In R. B. Fischer, M. L. Blazey, & H. T. Lipman (Editors), Students of the Third Age . New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

Cherwony, K. K., Henkin, N. Z., & Sugarman, A. G. (1985). Reconnecting the generations through continuing education. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 54-56). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Dellmann-Jenkins, M., Fowler, L., Lambert, D., Fruit, D., & Richardson, R. (1994). Intergenerational sharing seminars:  Their impact on young adult college students and senior guest students. Educational Gerontology, 20, 579-588.

Doll, G. A. (2006). Enhancing gerontology education: The role of older adult auditors in a human development and aging course. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 63-72.

Friedman, B. M., & Godfrey, F. (2007). Intergenerational exercise addresses the

public health issue of obesity. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5(1),

79-94.

Gordon, L., & Shinagel, M. (2004). New goals for continuing higher education:  The older learner. Harvard Generations Policy Journal, 1(Winter), 53-65.

Krout, J. A., & Porgozala, C. H. (2002). An intergenerational partnership between a college and congregate housing facility:  How it works, what it means. The Gerontologist, 42(6), 853-858.

Large, A., Bowler, L., et al. (2007). Creating web portals with children as designers:

Bonded design and the Zone of Proximal Development. McGill Journal of Education, 42(1), 61-82.

Long, H. B. (1983). Academic performance, attitudes, and social relations in intergenerational college classes. Educational Gerontology, 9(5-6), 471-481.

MacBain, D. E. (1996). Intergenerational educational programs. Phi Delta Kappa Fastbacks, 402, 7-42.

Manheimer, R. J. (1997). Generations learning together. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 79-91.

Montoro-Rodriguez, J., & Pinazo, S. (2005). Evaluating social integration and psychological outcomes for older adults enrolled at a University Intergenerational Program . Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 65-81.

Peterat, L., & Mayer-Smith, J. (2006). Farm Friends:  Exploring Intergenerational Environmental Learning. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(1), 107-116.

Pinazo, S., & Montoro-Rodriguez, J. (2003). An intergenerational program, "Nau  Gran", at the University of Valencia (Spain). Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(2), 103-104.

Pine, P. P. (1997). Learning by sharing:  An intergenerational college course. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 93-102.

Ripple, R. (1994). Intergenerational education:  breaking the downward achievement spiral of teen mothers. The Clearing House, 67, 143-145.

Strom, R. (1988). Intergenerational learning and curriculum development. Educational Gerontology, 14, 165-181.

Strom, R. D., & Strom, S. K. (1995). Intergenerational learning:  Grandparents in the schools. Educational Gerontology, 21, 321-335.

Whitehouse, P. J., Bendezu, E., FallCreek, S., & Whitehouse, C. (2000). Intergenerational community schools:  A new practice for a new time. Educational Gerontology, 26, 761-770.

Williams, A. (2004). Buzz Lightyear in the nursery:  Intergenerational literacy learning in a multi-media age. E. Gregory, S. Long, & D. Volk (Editors), Many Pathways to Literacy : Young Children Learning with Siblings, Grandparents, Peers, and Communities (p. unknown). New York: Routledge.

Winkelstein, E., & Olson, G. (1985). A community/university day care training model:  A bilingual intergenerational approach to adult learning. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 41-42). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Copyright 2016 by Generations United   |  Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use  |    |  Login