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A program for teachers, parents, guardians, counselors and anyone who is regularly baffled by the process of trying to raise, teach, reach, coach or manage teens and tweens. The teen mind is different from the adult mind and Dr. Regina Lamourelle and her guests bring you the latest insights in neuroscience to help you make sense of adolescents.

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A program for teachers, parents, guardians, counselors and anyone who is regularly baffled by the process of trying to raise, teach, reach, coach or manage teens and tweens. The teen mind is different from the adult mind and Dr. Regina Lamourelle and her guests bring you the latest insights in neuroscience to help you make sense of adolescents.

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44 Ratings
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By blaherestnoris - Jul 16 2010
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I found that this podcast is generalizing, a lot. It's giving the message that all teens are like this or that. That's not true we are diferent people with diferent personalaties, diferent ways of solvibg are problems, and diferent methodalogies about life. This podcast says that if you do this or that you can change who we are or how we think, well guess what, you can't. Want some helpfully advise. If you try to mold us like clay we fight back, tell me would you be any diferent? We are who we are don't let us stray away from ourselves, other than that there's not much you can do. Sure we'll fight, but we both want two diferent things so it's bound to happen. For a time balance is nessasary, but eventuly you have to let us win, and that's where a lot of parents fall short. Hope this helped.

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By Flippyfish - Jun 18 2010
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The only person who will ever understand us are ourselves. When I behave moody or whatever it's because I'm trying to accomplish a goal and recognize it as a possible course of action. It's true that there is different brain activity going on, but that's the screwed up version of evolution caused by human intervention. Point is, why screw around with what's natural?

iTunes Ratings

44 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
7
7
4
9

Not so great

By blaherestnoris - Jul 16 2010
Read more
I found that this podcast is generalizing, a lot. It's giving the message that all teens are like this or that. That's not true we are diferent people with diferent personalaties, diferent ways of solvibg are problems, and diferent methodalogies about life. This podcast says that if you do this or that you can change who we are or how we think, well guess what, you can't. Want some helpfully advise. If you try to mold us like clay we fight back, tell me would you be any diferent? We are who we are don't let us stray away from ourselves, other than that there's not much you can do. Sure we'll fight, but we both want two diferent things so it's bound to happen. For a time balance is nessasary, but eventuly you have to let us win, and that's where a lot of parents fall short. Hope this helped.

Fail

By Flippyfish - Jun 18 2010
Read more
The only person who will ever understand us are ourselves. When I behave moody or whatever it's because I'm trying to accomplish a goal and recognize it as a possible course of action. It's true that there is different brain activity going on, but that's the screwed up version of evolution caused by human intervention. Point is, why screw around with what's natural?
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Inside The Mind of Teens and Tweens

Latest release on Aug 29, 2019

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15 Ways to Help Teens and Tweens Adjust to Going Back-to-School

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Going back to school can be particularly challenging for teens and tweens. Making new friends, stresses outside of school, and the motivation to attend can add to the pressure. In this episode, we approach the discussion through the lens of parents, teachers and the teens themselves.

Follow on Twitter: @ChalSuccess @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork

Denise Pope, Ph.D., is Co-Founder of Challenge Success, a Senior Lecturer at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education, and author of Doing School: How We Are Creating a Generation of Stressed Out, Materialistic, and Miseducated Students and Overloaded & Underprepared: Strategies for Stronger Schools and Healthy, Successful Kids. Dr. Pope lectures nationally on parenting techniques and pedagogical strategies to increase student health, engagement with learning, and integrity.

Aug 29 2019

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While You Are Teaching Student Attention Spans Are Shrinking

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Many teachers have noticed that the attention span of students in their classes appears to be shrinking. What is the solution to this increasing trend?

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @uhmms
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Patricia Scott has more than 15 years of corporate leadership experience--coupled with a Ph.D. in Communication, 13 years as a lecturer in the Communication Program at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and author of two national best-selling books including Getting a Squirrel to Focus: Engage and Persuade Today’s Listeners.

Oct 28 2018

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The Hidden Pandemic of Teens Accessing Porn in School

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Teen exposure to porn on school grounds is a subject that many school leaders have been unwilling to confront. The known impact on students is profound, but not fully understood. Join us for the first in a series on the pandemic of pornography in schools.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @protectyoungminds

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Kristen A. Jenson is the author of the Good Pictures Bad Pictures series of read-aloud books including the best-selling Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds. She is the founder of ProtectYoungMinds.org, a website dedicated to helping parents empower their kids to resist and reject pornography.

Sep 22 2018

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Tips for Connecting with Teens Before Trying to Teach Them

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Most teachers know that we have to connect with students before we can teach them, but how do we make those connections. Join us as we explore several practical strategies.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @vickysaumell

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Vicky Saumell is the Overall Coordinator of the EFL department at Instituto San Francisco de Asís, a private school in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she has worked for over 20 years. She is co-author of Teacher Development Interactive: Preparing for the Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT). She has written two online professional development courses.

Feb 15 2018

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Overcoming the Challenges of Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom

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Though our attitudes about inclusive classrooms have come a long way, the challenges persist. Our guest offers practical tips for managing widely diverse student needs in one classroom.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @ID@TJK2INCLUDE

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Toby Karten, a staff developer, instructional coach, educational consultant, author, adjunct professor and inclusion specialist, has taught populations of learners ranging from kindergarten to graduate level and has helped staff translate the research into practical applications for PreK-12 classrooms. Twitter ID@TJK2INCLUDE

Jun 23 2017

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Modeling the Value of Mistakes and Failure on the Way to Learning

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In a climate obsessed with performance and perfection, how can we teach teens that mistakes, missteps and failure are part of learning and growth? Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @jesslahey #edchat #parenting JoAnn Boaler has been a professor at Stanford University since 2010. She has written several books including Mathematical Mindsets. Jessica Lahey is an educator, writer, and speaker. A former middle and high school teacher, Jess is a correspondent for the Atlantic, a commentator for Vermont Public Radio, and writes "Parent-Teacher Conference" advice column for the New York Times Motherlode blog.

Apr 21 2017

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Alternatives Ways to Educate Teens for an Uncertain Future

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To rethink how we prepare all kids for an uncertain future we have to legitimize other pathways.

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Dr. James Stone is Professor Emeritus, University of Minnesota; Distinguished University Scholar, University of Louisville; Director, National Research Center for Career & Technical Education at the Southern Regional Education Board and author of Career Ready Curriculum- Should We Bring Back Career Technical. Brian Nichols is currently the Executive Director of School Leadership for Newport News Public Schools, located in Newport News, Virginia. He was previously the principal of two award-winning Title I K-5 schools.

Apr 13 2017

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The Hidden Emotional Cost of High Student Achievement

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Traumatized kids show up in your classroom in many ways. Their behaviors may go unnoticed or may be misunderstood when observed. Most teachers have not been trained to detect or respond to traumatized students. Our guests offer tips for teachers.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @maura_edjustice @tweenteacher

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Maura McInerney, Esq. is a Senior Attorney at the Education Law Center – PA. (“ELC”), a non-profit, legal advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring that all children in Pennsylvania have access to a quality public education. She is also the author of Unlocking the Door to Learning: Trauma-Informed Classrooms & Transformational Schools. Heather Wolpert-Gawron is an award-winning middle-school teacher in Los Angeles. She has authored workbooks on teaching internet literacy.

Mar 15 2017

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Three Ways Technology Is Messing with Your Teen's Mind (Yours Too)

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The research is starting to surface about the impact of the extensive use of technology on the minds, and emotional development on teens. Find out the basics every parent needs to know.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @DrLisaStrohman @patrickmlarkin

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Dr. Lisa Strohman is a licensed clinical psychologist focused on treating individuals, families and adolescents and the co-author of
"Unplug: Raising kids in a Technology Addicted World". She is also the founder and director of Technology Wellness Center where she provides in-office treatments and online support and resources for those struggling with issues related to technology addiction and overuse. Patrick Larkin is the assistant superintendent for Learning for Burlington Public Schools in Massachusetts. He was recently selected as one of three national Digital Principal Award winners by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

Oct 29 2015

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The Creative New Ways That Teens Manipulate Parents

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Teens are very skilled at manipulating parents and have found new methods and tools. Learn the 17 ways that teens manipulate parents and what every parent needs to know to avoid becoming a pawn.

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Help - My Kid Is Driving Me Crazy, that offers simple and effective strategies to deal with problematic behaviors in 3 minutes or less. Dr Swanson is a married father of three and principal of one of LA's premiere practices, Swanson, Conti and Associates. Justin Boudreau is an educator who challenges youth to think vs. telling them what to think. This former high school teacher, coach of the year, world traveler and author, exudes a realness that students don’t question.

Sep 18 2015

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