High School: Social and Emotional Articles
In the glow of graduation, college acceptance, and teen romance, even the most sensible kids take risks they shouldn't on prom night. Here's what you need to know to keep your teenager safe.
From the classroom to the playing field, standardized tests to college applications, getting outside help in high school - in the form of SAT prep classes, individual subject tutors, athletic trainers, and private college counselors, among others -has become as mainstream as studying the ...
Celebrities are constantly telling parents to talk to their kids about the issue of the day. But, what celebrities don't tell you is how to talk to your kids. Clinical psychologist Erik Fisher, Ph.D, says that communication between parent and child is crucial to a child's sense of safety, trust, ...
f the middle school years are the first incline you slowly chukka-chukka up to at the beginning of a roller coaster, the high school years are a series of wild loop-de-loops, hair-raising ascents, and blood curdling falls.
The life of a teenager is full of tough issues and life-changing decisions. As a parent, you are responsible to help them learn the principles and ethics that will help them to reach their goals and live a successful life.
Stfu lol pos bbiab td2m l8r k thx bi. Can you understand the previous sentence? If you have a teenage son or daughter, you should know how to understand it - they do!
As long as there has been engaging literature, young adults have been engaging in developmental bibliotherapy. That is, teenagers have picked up books, identified with the character and his plight and, through that connection, gained some emotional insight into their own lives.
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- Waldorf Education: Four Successes and Four Failures
- Barack Obama on Education
- Top 10 Signs of a Good Kindergarten Classroom
- Self-Directed Learning
- Teacher Quality and Student Achievement
- The School-Within-a-School Model
- The Advantages of Small Schools
- Size Matters: The Difference Between Big and Small Schools
- The Effects of Competition on Educational Outcomes