Teachers and Students Team Up to Combat Peer Pressure

Graham, Edward
January 2013
NEA Today;Winter2013, p29
The article discusses aspects on the collaboration between teachers and students to address social and peer pressure in education. Topics discussed include the transition to middle school, emotional adaptation of students, and critical time in adolescence. Also mentioned are aspects on bullying, school violence, and constructive influences in education.


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