Choose 3 sources to learn about the teenage brain. At least one of your choices must be the documentary or podcast. Highlight your choices. 1 CBC: Ideas, Radio for the Mind. “Inside the Teenage Brain”

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Choose 3 sources to learn about the teenage brain. At least one of your choices must be the documentary or podcast. Highlight your choices.

1

CBC: Ideas, Radio for the Mind. “Inside the Teenage Brain”

Podcast (54 minutes)

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/inside-the-teenage-brain-how-science-is-helping-us-understand-adolescents-1.5443307

2

“The Teen Brain” by Debra Bradley Ruder

Article

https://harvardmagazine.com/2008/09/the-teen-brain.html

3

“Inside the Teenage Brain”

Documentary

(50 minutes)

https://www.pbs.org/video/frontline-inside-teenage-brain/

4

“The Mysterious Workings of the Adolescent Brain”

by Sarah-Jayne Blakemoe

Ted Talk (14 minutes)

5

“Why Teens are Wired for Risk”

Elizabeth Landau, CNN

Article

https://www.cnn.com/2011/10/19/health/mental-health/teen-brain-impulses/index.html

6

“Inside the Teenage Brain”

by Judith Newman

Article

https://parade.com/37715/parade/28-inside-the-teenage-brain/

Step 2: Take bullet point notes for each resource you choose (Highlight the main points from each video/article – be sure to include specific details, statistics, examples etc.)

Source #1:

Source #2:

Source #3:

Step 3: Nurturing a Teenage Brain Brochure/Poster:

Create a double-sided brochure or poster based on the Teenage Brain using the facts you have gathered. Consider your audience being parents of pre-teens or adolescents.

Areas of Focus to Include:

What makes the teenage brain unique?

How does the teenage brain different than a child or adults’ brain?

What are the risk/safety factors linked to the development of the teenage brain?

How is the teenage brain reflected by teenager’s thoughts and actions?

What are the individual and/or societal benefits of the teenage brain?

How can parents/educators support individuals through the teenage years?

Be sure to:

Check spelling and grammar

Use a free (recommended) template of your choice

Submit both your resource bullet points and brochure/poster to D2L

reference required

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