Tag Archives: curiosity

Why Teens Don’t Learn From Bad News

June 13, 2014

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  Sometime, you don’t know why, but you can’t accept the truth. Even when you know it is. I’m sure that has happened to you, denial is a normal stage of grief. It’s also a normal stance to take when someone disagrees with something you believe to be true. Many people, though in the face […]

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Screens Are Not Teens’ Literature Killers

March 9, 2014


  Teen literature has seen a great boom in recent years. This is an encouraging trend for parents and educators. It is not merely a passing fad, but appears not only to be holding its own, but has become a powerful, profitable market niche. The explosion began with J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books, and […]

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Encourage Them To Wonder

November 7, 2013


Below is a piece I wrote in a friend’s blog before I opened my own. I reread it and realized that this is the essence of why I have created tbqe.io and moved to the US. http://www.getthefive.com/articles/the-in-crowd/encourage-them-to-wonder/

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