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7 dangerous new teen trends

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High school alcohol and drug use is on the decline, But older kids are finding dangerous ways to push boundaries. Here are 7 of the most frightening new teen trends.

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Teenage Agnst (about moving)

Teenage Agnst (about moving) | Middle Schoolers Well Being | Scoop.it

When informed by parents of a pending move— one involving a new school—the first words out of a teenager’s mouth invariably are: “You’re ruining my life!” As Robin Pascoe explains, they are not just trying to be contrary.

 

A change in school during a teenager’s life, more so than for an elementary school aged child, truly does mean a profound upheaval in his or her life if not managed properly. That’s because for teenagers, school is much more than a place to sit and study math or geography. It’s the centerpiece of their social world.


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Mindset Works®: Student Motivation through a Growth Mindset, by Carol Dweck, Ph.D.

Brainology is an online interactive program in which students learn about how the brain works, how to strengthen their own brains, and how to better approach their own learning.


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Why your teen may be failing: It could be as simple as a power struggle, as serious as depression or as timeless as love

Why your teen may be failing: It could be as simple as a power struggle, as serious as depression or as timeless as love | Middle Schoolers Well Being | Scoop.it
For most parents, having their child do well in school is a priority.

 

We all want them to have the best opportunity in life, and many of us feel that education is the key. When their marks start to go down, our concerns start to go up, and we may not be able to handle our worries in the best possible way, thus creating a power struggle between parents and their teens.

 


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