The Adolescent Brain
How the teenage brain thinks, feels, learns, and changes on its journey to adulthood. Familiar examples and nontechnical language make this an accessible resource appropriate for rewarding classroom or family discussion.
In this enlightening volume, expert educator Robert Sylvester explains how adults can better understand teenagers through an engaging discussion of the adolescent brain. Readers will learn how to:
"Excellent advice on dealing with young people. I wish I’d had this book when my own children were adolescents!" --Patricia Wolfe, International Educational Consultant, Mind Matters, Inc.
"Written in a reader-friendly manner, the book thoughtfully examines the transition period from childhood to adulthood and combines scholarship from psychology, education, and neuroscience. Loved the graphics!" --Sheryl Feinstein, Associate Professor, Augustana College
"Readers will leave this book with a sense of calmness about living or working with adolescents." --Bob Patterson, Training Manager, Discovery Education