Coaching Your Teenager

We all want the best for our children but as they grow older it can get more difficult as their learning changes and they want to be more independent.

The bellow booklet can help you find new ways to coach your teenager, whether you are a parent, carer or other family member. It is not about telling them what to do, or doing it for them, it is about helping them find ways to help themselves.

You can coach and motivate your teenager to help them get the best out of their time at school and college. Your own experiences are valuable. By sharing them with your teenager
you can help them tackle challenges in different ways.  Parents and carers who work together with their teenager can help them focus on their future goals, stay positive and keep on track to make the most of their future.

Ways to help your teenager with their learning:

• conversations
• questions
• listening
• ideas
• understanding

Your involvement is key

Learning is the route to success for the future. It’s worth investing in. Imagine how your child might feel and what they might achieve if you regularly helped them. Together you can work out how to approach their studies and the important choices they make at school or college.

(*** Dukhan Saturday Afternoon, 21-01-12 @ 04:50 pm).
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About Risman Dukhan

Process learning never stops until the end of our life. Never regard study as a duty but as an enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for your own personal joy and to the profit of the community to which your later works belong.
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