Do your friends, parents, and teachers inspire you? Do you inspire your them? Think about the 5 people that you spend the most time with? Do they cheer you on? Push you to be your best self? Do they bring positive energy to your relationship? Can you learn from them? Having open minded, goal-oriented, and positive people in your life can give you the boost to accomplish any goal you set for yourself! On this BIAH Episode we are discussing how we can best help teens embrace their skills, believe in themselves, and inspire each other to be their best selves. We also discuss how schools, students, and parents can encourage students with different learning styles so they can all develop and/or maintain a love of learning. These teens from Long Reach High School in Columbia, MD show us that so many divisions are created around the course offerings and course selection. This is only a microcosm for the collegiate and corporate worlds. Lets change the way we build community so we can learn and create innovative solutions to the worlds problems. Lets open up more opportunities and conversations between students in all course levels. Let’s Bloom! Follow Long Reach SGA at https://instagram.com/longreachsga?igshid=dhtruas1llak. Dr. Akoumany is host of Blooming is a Habit a podcast series highlighting innovative solutions to complex social challenges discovered by students, parents, educators, business professionals, business owners, and women & girls of all colors as they pursue their passions and create careers and/or businesses of their dreams.
Join Dr. Akoumany and her guests as they discuss their journeys and their impactful interventions in the areas of Health & Wellness, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Family, Relationships, Education, Science & Technology, Career & Business.
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Johns Hopkins Center for Adolescent Health’s Blog https://www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/center-for-adolescent-health/blog/bloom-wellness-summit.
2018 NAIS POCC Conference https://youtu.be/w6p-Fyip5d0