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Teenagers Education - Just For Parents

By George Josserme

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• article synopsis •

To have kids involves sex and birth. It is the easiest part. What comes after a birth is the toughest.

According to experts, high school teachers play roles of enormous importance.

Bring up the chair, and
you be the Judge.

The foundation
of every nation
is how well
they educate
their youth.

-- Diogenes Laertius
Biographer of
Greek Philosophers

ACCORDING TO THE SCIENCE OF PHSYCHLOGY, teachers have powers to influence, to shape, to chisel, and to sculpt in teenagers what Mother Nature embedded: talents. It is vitally important for parents to wonder if teachers ~who have their teenagers in a classroom~ have demonstrated that they mastered 'How To Teach.'

Another of my articles reads that "There seems to be a few parents realizing how important it is to have not only well prepared, skilled, and knowledgeable teachers but teachers who inescapably are proficient to execute something vital and crucial: How To Teach."

» will it be possible that a teenager in high school failes to learn
  because mother nature deprived him of intelligence to learn?

» will it be possible that a teenager in high school failes to learn
  because teachers cannot evidence skills to masterfully execute
  the 'teaching-learning process' that phycologists find vital?

Assuming that a youngster grew up as intended, the Mastermind behind Mother Nature has decided ~and certainly for a fundamental reason~ that when during teen years the brain is wide-open to acquire knowledge, to expand aptitudes, to develop talents, and to germinate nature-given gifts more than at any other age. We may deduce that when something is not well in High School, it may not be that Mother Nature made a mistake.

As a writer, I felt compelled to write about teenagers' education in the hope that you ~as a parent I presume~ may have wanted to read about an issue with all the power to adversely influence a teenager's life, and to likely harm the development of his adult life.

We parents have such inescapable obligation to become conscious that our teenagers may not be in the best position to speak up when they confront what they likely perceive as such intimidating establishment of adults unlikely to admit wrong-doings, but to likely exploit teenagers' vulnerability placing them on the wrong side of the matter.

parents' obligation is to commit meaningful efforts to help
our teenagers achieve success in life rather than choosing
a laid-back path of least resistance by being unconcerned
during the most formative chapters of their lives.

parents are their teenagers' best asset. should parents
fail doing their job, they send out a damaging message:
'it is fine if you fail doing yours.'

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