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Sexual Predators in School, Protecting Your Tweens
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Erin Runnion

 

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Sadly, reports of school staff sexually abusing students is on the rise. It's a very troubling topic that schools and PTAs can be  hesitant to discuss and that parents are often untrained to handle. In this segment our guest offers insightful and practical guidance for parents.

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Forward Looking
Educating the Next Generation of Innovators
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Tony Wagner, Anthony Cody

 

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The three "R"s are still important, but our guest says that to prepare your teen for the brave new world we need to encourage the four "C"s -critical and creative thinking, collaboration and communication. Tune in to find out how to develop these critical skills in your children.

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Teen Trends
Homeless Teens and Social Networking
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Eric Rice

 

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Teens running away from home and using the Internet in both constructive and destructive ways is a fairly new phenomenon. In this segment we discuss what parents and educators need to know about this trend.

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Teens on Drugs
The Low Down on the New Highs!
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Jerry Weichman, Ph.D

 

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A new generation of teens is experimenting with a new set of "designer drugs."  Most parents are unaware of many of these new drugs, and the vary so greatly in their composition, that even experts struggle to track them. Here are the basics every parent needs to know.

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Mind and Body
The Wisdom of Encouraging Teens to Play 
Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Stuart Brown, M.D., Susan M. Heim

 

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Many feel the need to encourage their teens to buckle down and get serious about life, but our guest says that encouraging teens to play is one of the best things you can do to develop them academically and personally. Lean more...

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