50 Thought-Provoking Questions to Ask Teens (That Won't Annoy them)
Here's a list of 50 thought-provoking questions to ask teens that won't actually annoy them. Do you feel like your teen or pre-teen is talking to you less and less? Do you feel like they rush away from the dinner table the second they’re done eating? We all know that communicating with our kids is important. It’s been proven that kids who spend time talking to their parents over the dinner table are more likely to perform well in school and less likely to abuse alcohol or do drugs. Plus, as…
The Color of Food: Production, Processing, Distribution, and Service - Sociological Images
The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota
Back to School Ice Breaker Game, Get to Know You
I love this ice breaker game for the first day of school. Students ask each other questions and get to know each other. Great way to encourage group work and cooperation when students come back to school. Great for any subject!
What Bipolar Disorder Really Feels Like - pdresources.org
By Sarah Klein About 2.6 percent of American adults — nearly 6 million people — have bipolar disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). But the disease, characterized by significant and severe mood changes, is still dangerously … Continue reading →
Sociology vs. Psychology: Which Bachelor’s Degree?
Sociology and psychology are both popular undergraduate majors that explore human behavior, but from two distinct perspectives. Learn which major is right for you and what the career outlook is for each area of study.