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Unlocking the Potential: Navigating the Science of Teenage Development​

Welcome to our blog, where we delve into the captivating world of teenage development through the lenses of neuroscience, psychology, and education. Join us as we explore topics such as developmental stages, the significance of soft skills for future success, the intricate relationship between technology and social and emotional development, and much more.

Featured Articles

Stay informed about the latest research and findings in the areas of teen development, the impact of technology on their growth, and the soft skills that will be essential for success in the future.

Soft skills of the future

This chapter will contain articles and resources that aim to equip parents and educators with the knowledge and tools to help children thrive in a rapidly changing world. We invite you to explore this new section and join us in promoting the importance of soft skills for future success.

Technology & teen development

This chapter will contain a wealth of articles and resources that explore the ways in which technology can both hinder and enhance the social and emotional development of teens. We will also provide guidance and insights on how to use technology in a way that supports healthy development and fosters positive relationships with both technology and others.

Be Human(e) Updates

This chapter will contain information about upcoming free events, such as workshops and webinars, that are designed to empower parents and educators with the tools and knowledge needed to support the development of the next generation.

Meet The Experts

Our team of experts consists of passionate individuals with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the fields of social and emotional learning, technology, and youth development.

Sara Filipcic, MSW

Scientific interest: Emotionally Intelligent usage of Technology, Social and Emotional Learning

Lucija Vejmelka, PhD

Scientific interests: Modern technology utilization, professional communication in social work, child wellbeing

Annie Margaret, PhD

Scientific interest: intersection of mental health, technology, addictive design, tribalism, the attention economy and mindfulness.