Teenage Brains Are Wired To Learn

parenting teenagers Mar 30, 2021

We often give teenagers a hard time for being impulsive, emotional outbursts, taking risks, too much screen time, or just because they can’t get out of bed in the morning. But I want to talk about a teenage super-power: their extraordinary capacity for learning. The growth of new brain connections and shedding of unused ones make teens sensation-seeking, learning machines. They learn much faster than adults and what they learn is retained for longer. This make the teen years an ideal time to identify a child’s strengths, invest in them, and support their emerging talents.

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