Guide To Teenage Humans (part 1)

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If you google the phrase "teen expert", Josh Shipp shows up as #1 on the list.

I am so honored to have spent some time with Josh, and I am very excited for you hear from him! You don't want to miss this powerful conversation. This man's story is amazing, and in the words of one individual, "when it comes to understanding the minds of teens, Josh Shipp is truly The Teen Whisperer!"

Josh Shipp is an author, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. A former at-risk foster kid turned youth advocate, he is renowned for his documentary TV series (A&E), that followed his ground-breaking work with teens.

He is the author of the national bestseller “The Teen’s Guide to World Domination“, and was listed on Inc. Magazine’s 30 under 30 list.

He’s spoken at universities such as HarvardStanfordMIT & UCLA. He is a recognized teen expert for media outlets as MTV, CNN, FOX, The New York Times, 20/20, Good Morning America.

He’s worked with groups of parents, educators & mental health professionals plus has spoken to more than TWO Million teens live.

Oh, here's the coolest thing!

His brand new book, "The Grown-Up's Guide to Teenage Humans: How to Decode Their Behavior, Develop Unshakable Trust, and Raise a Respectable Adult", comes out today! Be sure to check it!

As you can see, today's podcast will be the 1st part of a thee-part series. We will release part two on Sept 27 and part three on Oct 4.

Enjoy!! 

David Roux is an Academic Life Coach for teens and college students from Fishers, IN. For more information, check out www.davidrouxcoaching.com.

How To Reach Students In The Back Of The Class (part 2 & 3)

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Today, we continue our provocative conversation with Don Wettrick. Hopefully, you had a chance to listen to part 1 two weeks ago. 

Don is an educator at Noblesville High School, IN. He has worked as a middle school and high school teacher; educational and innovation consultant; and educational speaker. Don has lectured across the US and Europe about collaboration, social media use, and work environments that enable innovation.

Don is also the founder of StartEdUp where educators, innovators, and entrepreneurs connect.  He is passionate about helping students find their educational opportunities. He also works with educators and students to bring innovation and collaborative skills into education. 

Enjoy!

(As you can see, I've combined parts 2 and 3 in the episode)

David Roux is an Academic Life Coach for teens and college students from Fishers, IN. For more information, check out www.davidrouxcoaching.com.

How To Reach Students In The Back Of The Class (part 1)

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Have you ever wondered if our traditional education system is truly reaching and helping every student?

Don Wettrick doesn't think so.

Don is an educator at Noblesville High School, IN. He has worked as a middle school and high school teacher; educational and innovation consultant; and educational speaker. Don has lectured across the US and Europe about collaboration, social media use, and work environments that enable innovation.

Don is also the founder of StartEdUp where educators, innovators, and entrepreneurs connect.  He is passionate about helping students find their educational opportunities. He also works with educators and students to bring innovation and collaborative skills into education. 

You don't want to miss this provocative conversation. He will challenge educators and parents to think differently. 

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David Roux is an Academic Life Coach for teens and college students from Fishers, IN. For more information, check out www.davidrouxcoaching.com.

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A High School Vice-Principal's View (part 2)

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"I want to shock the world with what kids are capable of doing!" - Steve Loser

Welcome back for part 2 with Steve Loser, the Vice Principal at Fishers High School.  As I mentioned before, his mission is to revolutionize the education system so students can drive their own learning, connecting content and skills to authenticate problems in their community and personal passions. He sees teachers as facilitators of student growth, and schools as value-adding talent incubators for communities. 

Listen as he unpacks his vision in greater detail and how parents can be more engaged in the process. 

David Roux is an Academic Life Coach for teens and college students from Fishers, IN. For more information, check out www.davidrouxcoaching.com.

A High School Vice-Principal's View (part 1)

"I want to shock the world with what kids are capable of doing!" - Steve Loser

Steve is not your typical educator. At the core, he's an entrepreneur who happens to be a vice principal at Fishers High School. His vision is to revolutionize the education system so students can drive their own learning, connecting content and skills to authenticate problems in their community and personal passions. He sees teachers as facilitators of student growth, and schools as value-adding talent incubators for communities. In part 2, you'll hear him talk further about his vision. 

In today's episode, Steve gives some great insight for parents as to how they can help their teens engage more effectively in the learning process. 

Enjoy!

David Roux is an Academic Life Coach for teens and college students from Fishers, IN. For more information, check out www.davidrouxcoaching.com.