Best Connect With Your Teens Posts 2012

My favorite posts from 2012:

1. Best Interests of the Students

2. Top 10 Higher Ed Tech Trends

3. 30 Movies for Teens 2012

4. 18 Kids or YA Books with Strong Female Characters

5. Benefits of Blogging for Teens

6. Video Games Have More Benefits Than You Realize

7. Comment on NYT Go-Nowhere Generation

8. Education Manifesto: Stop Stealing Dreams by Seth Godin

9. 7 Innovator’s Views on Education at Skillshare’s Penny Conference

10. 15 Mobile Game Apps for Teens and Adults

11. 15 Recommended Travel Apps

12. Top 10 Best PS Vita Video Games

13. Help Finding Books for Teens

14. Interview on The Gamer Generation: Reaping the Benefits of Video Games

15. 8 Book Apps to Find Great Reads

16. 15 Educational Technology Blogs That Rock

17. Talking to Teen and Tween Girls About Self-Esteem

18. Bankrupt at Birth: What Parents Need to Know About Child Identity Theft

19. Mistakes Parents Make in Connecting With Their Teens

20. 10 New Bluetooth Products and Apps

21. Malala Day: Support Education For Girls

22. Codecademy: Free Online Coding Classes for Everyone

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See also: 
My Favorite Connect with your Teens Posts of 2009
Interesting Connect with your Teens Posts from 2008


  1. Pattie Cordova :

    Thank you for compiling the list! I love the roundup.

  2. What a great list! I’ll have to check out the Educational Technology Blogs list and the travel apps list. They both sound very helpful!

  3. Super list! I was thinking today how you need to explore some fashion sites and apps for teens. Like “the Berry”, “ployvore” etc.

  4. Great list! Thanks for putting it together!

  5. Thanks for the roundup – off to read a few!

  6. Thanks for the great list!

  7. Middle-aged Diva (Carol) :

    Definitely sending this link to certain friends… thanks!

  8. Stumbled this fun list!

  9. angelaparsonmyers :

    Great list. Fortunately, I don’t seem to have too much trouble connecting with my grandkids. Of course, when they start discussing things like Minecraft or Homestuck, I’m kind of stuck myself, but they don’t seem to hold it against me.

  10. Lisa Heffernan :

    Great list of great posts, this should be a huge help to anyone with teens.

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