Fast-changing technology and the ways to manage its impact are of great concern for parents. But helping your children develop their skills is a more constructive approach than strict rules and outright bans, says Jocelyn Brewer Assoc MAPS.
How can parents best help their children with their schooling without actually doing it for them?
Attentive teachers and parents can help developing teenagers navigate academic disruption
Incidences of bullying are occurring in preschools. With bullying linked to a range of poor outcomes in adulthood, psychologists are urging schools to adopt best practice to protect students.
Hyperactivity, impulsivity and difficulty concentrating are the hallmarks of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
The pitfalls are many and the risk of another divorce is high. But step parents who can navigate the high-stress first year are on their way to a stable new family.
Dr Kelly Allen MAPS says research shows that a sense of belonging is important to ensure young people thrive at school
Positive education strategies provide Australian students with skills, behaviours and resources to thrive during the school years and beyond.
In our modern world, the internet has become an integral part of our daily lives, enabling us to be more connected and efficient than ever before. But our move online has also resulted in the serious and growing global phenomenon of internet addiction.
The death of a brother or sister during the teenage years can affect how young people develop independence, romantic relationships and even career paths.