The Teen Brain (LERN 1800)

One of the most turbulent periods in brain development occurs during adolescence. The teen brain actually functions very differently from the adult brain. Certain kinds of thinking, such as decision-making, actually happen in different parts of the brain for adolescents and adults.
Understanding these complex changes can help calm the rough seas of the teen years, but also provide your teen with critical support and understanding that will promote better decision-making, better mental health, and better outcomes at school.
Come find out the important ways in which the teen brain is developing. Identify behaviors and attitudes that are influenced by these changes. Then learn to offer constructive strategies for
establishing a better understanding of and communication with your amazing teen.
This course is offered in partnership with Learning Education Resource Network - UGotClass. For more information see http://yougotclass.org/index.cfm/VCC
Course code: LERN 1800
Credits: 0.0
Tuition: $265*
Length: 16.0 hours
Course outline: view https://www.vcc.ca/cfm-files/course-outline.cfm?subject=LERN&number=1800
Campus: Varies Varies
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