Background: How Teenagers Act and Their Brains (Light Version)

Short post today but had to share this from Mental Floss:

5 Reasons Teenagers Act the Way They Do

It’s pretty straight forward but I love the brain research aspect to it. The overactive frontal lobe contributing to attention issues, etc. Won’t make the job immediately easier but as I tell my students sometimes knowing the why can at least make things more relatable.

About Aaron Hayes

Husband, father, and math teacher (usually in that order). Love sane use of technology in the classroom, great questions, and using time wisely. Current dreams: do some consulting and get on a particular team-based reality show.
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