Teen Thinking: Rich Minds, Poor

Dr. Regina Rei Lamourelle with Eric Jensen

Eric Jensen argues that the minds and mindset of poor kids and rich kids are very different in four fundamental ways — processing skills, short term memory, attention skills and sequencing. There is a deficit of these skills among poor children and Jensen shares strategies for bridging this gap.
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May 8, 2009
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Eric Jensen is currently completing his Ph.D. in human development from Fielding Graduate University. He has written 26 books and published 10 journal articles. He also has classroom experience, teaching reading and study skills. Jensen’s list of clients includes schools in 10 countries, a dozen Fortune 500 companies, and presentations in 40 states as well as three branches of the military. Jensen was the original training director and lead facilitator at SuperCamp, now known as Quantum Learning.
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