Kara Powell, PhD, co-author of the Right Click: Parenting Your Teenager In A Digital Media World and executive director of Fuller Youth Institute, talks with Kristen Ivy and Reggie Joiner in this episode of Parent Cue Live about how to support kids in what lights them up and helping them develop their unique skills and abilities.
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In this episode, Reggie, Kristen, and Kara discussed:
- understanding how to see a kid’s potential
- sparks: a kid’s passions, abilities, or interests
- the importance of letting a kid explore a variety of things when they are younger
- developing a wide base of experiences without overloading your family’s schedule
- helping kids discover what they’re good at
- ways to battle the perception of favoritism – listen, validate, clarify, & shift interaction
- Sticky Faith
- Fuller Youth Institute
- Phase Project
- Experiment in public schools – Catch Them Doing It Right
- Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family
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