Thursday, August 12, 2010

Troubled Teens and Learning Styles

It's not often that a popular fiction book, a thriller, deals with the thorny issue of parental responsibilities during their charges' teenage years. Harlan Coben, a New York Times bestselling author, has recently produced two such novels: Hold Tight and Caught.

Hold Tight delves into the delicate dilemma of "should you spy on your teen's Internet activities". Caught asks whether it's OK for teens to consume alcohol at home when it's against the law: if your child will go out and drink anyway, is it better for a parent to provide a safe haven of a beer keg at home.

Creative Learning doesn't have the answers to those questions, that's something every parent has to decide for themselves, having the full knowledge of their child.

What Creative Learning can do, however, is supplement your knowledge. Is your child likely to sneak out at night and go to a party, then accept a drive home from somebody who'd been drinking?

If their Learning Style has preferences in these areas:
  • learning with peers
  • noise
  • kinesthetic input
  • intake
  • external motivation
  • evening
as well as a non-preference in the following areas:
  • responsibility
  • conformity
  • routine
chances are, they may be a little more unruly than is safe for them.

What is your teen's Learning Style. Find out today.


John James said...

Wow, they really are different in their learning styles. But I do believe that there is more to learning styles that makes them different and being a troubled teen. If you really wish to know more about troubled teens click here .

child learn said...

I have found great resources for parents to assist their infant, preschooler, toddler,child to learn independently using critical thinking skills for early childhood education online.
Independent Learning is a skill that can be developed no matter what a child's learning style. Resources include activities, videos, games, worksheets,Tips, and strategies to allow your child to be successful.Visite here for more information Child can learn