Back in September, we challenged teenagers to analyze media and adult stereotypes about their generation — then take photos to counter them. Nearly 2, students answered. They showed us teenagers in cars, in classrooms, at parties, in swimming pools, on playing fields and in their beds; teenagers with their dogs, their moms, their friends, their homework, their makeup, their video games and their prom dates; teenagers running, jumping, studying, singing, vaping, taking selfies, protesting and kissing.
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We love cat videos and carpool karaoke just as much as the next guy. But these YouTube videos can help kids with ADHD learn to decode non-verbal information and grasp the feelings underlying social relationships. They're exposed to it; they look at it; they take it all in. Certainly parents may say, "This is the time to say thank you" or, "Remember to say please.
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