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Teaching Adolesence

Teaching Resources

Welcome to SRA Teaching Resources!
Teaching Resources is an online community where SRA members can engage in sustained conversations about teaching and share innovative, effective resources related to teaching about adolescence. Teaching Resources is interdisciplinary and international in nature and encourages multiple perspectives, teaching philosophies, and teaching methods to be shared with a professional community invested in teaching about adolescence.
Please check out:
  • Classroom activities and reflections  in the Teaching Adolescence section of the website.
  • Our collection of Adolescence-Focused Course Syllabi
  • A list of documentaries about education that can be wonderful resources in the classroom to learn more about current issues facing today’s teachers and students at a local, national, and global level.
  • A list of many excellent documentaries that are relevant for adolescence-focused classes.
  • An incomplete list of  websites and journals devoted to teaching.
Key Features of Teaching Resources:
  • Engage in sustained conversations about teaching. SRA members are encouraged to engage in sustained conversations about teaching through the Teaching blog, and the Teaching Resources Q & A. SRA members are encouraged to post responses directly to the blog and to email Q & A responses to Q & A responses are reviewed by SRA Online Editors and posted.
  • Share and access teaching-related resources. SRA members can share and access teaching resources that reflect best teaching practices and innovative pedagogical approaches at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels. Please submit course syllabi, activities, assignments, and additional teaching resources to Submissions are reviewed by SRA Online editors and posted on the Teaching Resources (see acceptance criteria and Copyright/Publication Rights).
  • Recognize excellence in teaching. SRA Teaching Resources would like to recognize SRA members who have recently received a teaching award. Please email information on teaching award winners so they may be recognized!
  • We want to hear from you! Do you have a question, topic, or issue regarding teaching about adolescence that you would like to submit to Teaching Resources? Please contact We look forward to hearing from you!
Teaching Resources Editor
Linda Juang, Ph.D.
Associate Editor for Teaching

By submitting your materials for possible inclusion on the SRA website, you are agreeing to SRA posting them on the website.

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