Pooky Ponders Podcast: Why do teenagers grunt (and how can we engage them in learning?)

by | May 10, 2021 | Behaviour, Homeschooling/Parents & Carers, News, SEMH, Teenagers | 0 comments

What a joy to be able to unpick the difficulties and celebrations of teenagers with the brilliant Dr Pooky Knightsmith on her podcast: Pooky Ponders, and find ways that as educators we can better engage them in learning…

 Topics covered:

  • Teens’ place in society
  • The Teenage Brain
  • Why teens do risky things
  • What toddlers can teach us about teens

Want more help on working with teens and their behaviour in schools? Download my 3-part Masterclass Series on Teens at the shop here.


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