Generation Z–as with any generation–is living in a new “narrative.” In today’s world, kids are growing up in a time that is both exhilarating and frightening for them. This is causing changes that can be difficult to understand. In fact, they are so different from older generations that parents and adult leaders can feel both frustrated with them and fearful
Every parent, teacher or coach has interacted with students who appeared completely preoccupied with their own little world. For centuries, adults have repeated instructions to children only to have those kids fail to follow through on what they were asked to do. Students today are truly a part of a “distracted generation.” For those of you who are disheartened by
What can the latest college entrance scandal tell us about the shift in parenting today? Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss the four parenting trends they have observed on today's podcast. Resources: 12 Huge Mistakes Parent Can Avoid Contact: [email protected] Social: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak
Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss how parenting has changed today, technology's role in a child's life, and offer four helpful parenting strategies for leading Generation Z. Resources: 12 Huge Mistakes Parents Can Avoid by Tim Elmore Contact: [email protected] Social: @GrowingLeaders, @TimElmore and @AndrewMcPeak
Kids today aren’t addicted to games just because they are fun. There is a real underlying sense of satisfaction that comes from playing games like Fortnite. The only problem is that video games satisfy these desires in artificial ways. Andrew McPeak and Tim Elmore believe that if parents want to help kids understand why they need to turn it off,
Do you know the slang terms of this generation? Parents, teachers, coaches, and employers usually don’t need to worry about the new slang terms that students invent and use. It's something that comes with every generation of kids. However, there's one caveat. Some terms can have harmful or double meaning that adults should be aware of. So, what do we
Tim Elmore shares the stories of the life-changing experiences he created for each of his children when they turned age thirteen. Labeled as a "Rite of Passage," the five elements that make up these experiences provide parents with a practical look of how to use mentorship and real-life experience to prepare their child for adulthood.