Don’t Let Your Students’ Education Die from Embarrassment

  By Charles Sosnik   Do you remember how it felt to be a teenager? You yearned so much for independence as your hormones and emotions were careening throughout your body like a Bally pinball machine. You were so self-conscious, worrying about your clothes, your acne and what the other kids thought of you. And God forbid you should be seen in the presence of your parents or siblings. Now multiply that feeling by 1000 and you may begin to know the way your students feel in the age of social media. According to Carl E Pickhardt Ph.D. in a […]

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