Dr Justin Coulson gives seven tips for raising happy, responsible and strong teenage girls
When we systematically allow our teenagers to go to bed late we couldn’t design a worse system for learning and wellbeing.
For the current generation of teenagers, digital tech is as much a part of their lives as pimples and puberty, and it comes with pros and cons.
There seems to be an increasing disconnect between what students are being prepared for and what the workforce expects of graduates.
It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?
Here’s how parents can maintain healthy conversations with their teens, taken from the book, They’ll Be Okay written by psychologist, Collett Smart.
Most unsolicited sexting and requests for nude images follow a typical pattern. Often our children don’t recognise they’re in danger until it is too late.
Eddie Woo has recently become a household name, with his maths teaching skills reaching TV screens across the nation on the new ABC TV show, Teenage Boss.
Alternative events are already being planned by schools in place of cancelled formals and end of year celebration events.
In this article Dr Justin Coulson explains how you can speak to your teen in a way that they’ll be more likely to listen to you.