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4 tips from research to support your teenager


Teenagers can be difficult to understand. They are socially and psychologically very different to children and adults. Teenagers are heavily influenced by peer pressure, need more sleep, often have low self-esteem, and need more exercise.

These tendencies can make teenagers seem lazy or irresponsible, when in reality, their brain structure, social hierarchies, and hormones are all highly accountable for these behaviours.

So, how does research explain why teenagers are different? And how you support your teenage child to make the best decisions?

 

Three Types of Practice

The better you practice, the better you perform. This is why I like to give advice on how to practice better. For today’s post, I…

6 questions Rosenshine suggested you ask your students


Arguably one of the most powerful and effective elements of Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction is the importance of asking questions. But are some types of questions better than others? Lets take a quick look at Rosenshine’s principles before highlighting 6 questions he recommends we use in the classroom to help students think more deeply…

Read our complete guide to Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction…