ERIC Number: ED306469
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Jan
Reference Count: N/A
Life, Living, and Learning in the Teen Years.
Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction, Madison.
This packet contains articles by and for teenagers and articles and tips sheets for educators and parents. Included are: (1) "What Teens Need from Teachers, Parents, and Other Adults" (Stephen Small); (2) "Visually Impaired, Deaf Teens Share Views"; (3) "Teens Benefit from Community Service" (Kelli Krueger); (4) "My Experience in Foster Care;" (5) "How to Talk So We Want to Listen" (Becky Wilson); (6) "Helping Youth Deal with Stress" (Linda Nauth); (7) "Attitudes of Teenagers Toward Personal Leisure" (Sandra Haack); (8) "Attitudes of Adolescents Toward Family Leisure" (Ruth Rohlfing); (9) "Eating for Health" (Mary Jo Tuckwell); (10) "Dads Teaching Sexuality to Teens" (Dale Olen); (11) "Planning for High School and Beyond" (Gary Bersell); (12) "Bridging the Gaps with Peer Helpers" (James Rowe); (13) "Friends Helping Friends Program--Teenagers Make a Difference" (Trisha Day); (14) "Should Your Teenager Work?"; (15) "Adolescents and Homework--Some Tips for Parents from Parents"; (16) "Tips for Teachers: Helping Families Help With Homework"; (17) "Classroom Ideas: Life, Living, and Learning in the Teen Years" (Joan Mittelstaedt); (18) "Public Relations Ideas: Life, Living, and Learning in the Teen Years"; and (19) "Quotations: Life, Living, and Learning in the Teen Years." Also included are a teen comic strip by teenager Jay Jensen; a list of additional resources to assist readers in providing help and leadership to teenagers; a listing of materials on teenagers included in the 1987-1988 Year of the Family in Education packets; and "Public Relations Tips," sample information releases, and sample public service announcements for March, April, and May. Clip art is included for use in district publications. (NB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Students; Parents; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Dept. of Public Instruction, Madison.