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Cross-level communication is neither common nor easy to accomplish. What the Researchers Have Discovered • Children who do not make effective transitions will be less successful in school, have difficulties making friends, and may be vulnerable to mental health problems. • A child’s transition to school creates a foundation for future academic, social-emotional, and behavioral development. • Sixth graders show a statistically significant achievement loss after the transition to middle school compared with sixth graders attending K-8 schools with no such transition.
20. , 2000. 3 The Systemic and Ecological Transition in Starting Middle School Although traditional developmental theory has offered warnings about the tumultuous time of puberty and adolescence, it also highlights this stage as a time of challenge and opportunity. In Chapter 2, we discussed individual development across the transition to middle school. Individual development occurs in context, and the interaction between individual development and the ecology plays an important role in the outcomes of youth development.
Bronfenbrenner’s (1979) ecological theory of human development stressed the powerful impact of individual development in a changing context. For example, Roeser et al. (2000) discovered that middle school environments that emphasize competition and ability and students’ feelings of mistreatment are related to multiple negative outcomes for students. The convergence of adaptation (to the environment) and developmental tasks make the transition to middle school a critical phenomenon with respect to prevention and children’s mental health.