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The Middle School Parent Resource



Parent education speaker and author of "A Parents' Guide to the Middle School Years"



Updated: 2011-06-17T05:59:41-07:00

 



Middle school too young for oral sex survey?

2011-06-17T05:59:41-07:00

Middle school too young for oral sex survey? Massachusetts school has students take survey.



Set expectations for your child's use of technology this summer

2011-06-07T12:58:36-07:00

What expectations have you set for your middle schooler's use of technology this suymmer? How often will he sit in front of the Wii, home computer or ipad? What types of games, apps and sites would you consider acceptable? Where can your child use the computer, ipad or cell phone? Answers to these and other important questions in today's 2-minute video.



Parent and teen conversations. Getting beyond the grunt.

2011-06-02T11:01:47-07:00

Most conversations between teens and their parents follow a predictable pattern. Parent asks a question and the teen responds with a pre-programmed response

Most conversations between teens and their parents follow a predictable pattern. Parent asks a question and the teen responds with a pre-programmed response, "Good, Fine, No" or an ambiguous grunt. Try one of the four tips in today's video and you will be pleasantly surprised by the conversations that arise.

 

 

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Responding to your child's call, "I'm bored"

2011-05-24T13:19:40-07:00

Playing the role of activities director will wear you out. Fire yourself from this position and equip your child with the tools for keeping himself busy this summer.



Mother asks for help with special needs daughter who is being bullied

2011-05-23T09:38:00-07:00

The following message came from a parent via my "Middle School Bullying" page on Squidoo.com. My response follows the parent's message. My Daughter (who has Special Needs) has been getting bullied since Kindergarten and started really pick up in fourth...