5 ways we misunderstand adolescents, according to brain science
Really good content hear talking about the negative stereotypes we usually give to teenagers.
There is a growing appreciation of adolescence as a time of rapid growth, learning and change. A decade of research studying adolescence makes clear to me the importance of clarifying the truth about this crucial stage of human development.
Here are some important misconceptions:
We blame it on their brains
We underestimate the brain’s capacity for learning and development.
Calling them teenagers leads to misunderstanding
We forget to see them as a force for good
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