About the lecture
The idea of the Teenagers 11.0. lecture originated from the workshop ''If You Don't Know, Ask', which we conducted for 11.000+ teenagers with a 98% satisfaction rate. Teenagers 11.0. is an interactive lecture for adults where participants are encouraged to engage in dialogue and collaboration.
Purpose of the Lecture
The purpose of the lecture is to show adults who teenagers truly are and what matters to them based on our experience working with teenagers. This often differs from society's standard view of teenagers. Participants of the Teenagers 11.0. lecture gain a better understanding of teenagers and acquire knowledge and tools to support them in their everyday challenges of life with teenagers.
The lecture takes place live at a designated location (lecture hall, classroom, company, etc.). In the first part of the lecture, we examine how the majority of society sees teenagers following up with the questions and responses from teenagers from “If You Don't Know, Ask” workshops, we present who teenagers truly are and what matters to them. At the end of the lecture, participants also have the opportunity to anonymously ask anything they are curious about, troubled by, or want to improve in their relationship with teenagers but don't know how. Through their questions and discussions, participants discover what will support them in their relationship with teenagers and how they can support (their) teenagers. The lecture lasts for 60 minutes, but for more interaction with participants, we recommend 90 minutes.
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Who the Lecture is For:
The lecture is intended for parents, teachers, and all adults facing interactions with teenagers in their everyday lives.
Lecture Delivery Method:
Live lecture at a designated location (lecture hall, classroom, company, etc.)Kontaktirajte nas