Video Clips

  • play.jpg Don't Tell Your Children They're Smart! a%2B.jpg
    (1m 39s): Kids and teens can accomplish more when they aren't labeled "smart." Frank Kros, president of the Upside Down Organization, explains how using labels like "smart" to indicate a success can stunt self-esteem and a teen's ability to learn. He also provides alternatives for praise.

 

  • play.jpg Teens: From Tenderness to Tantrums:
    (2m 24s): A teenage girl can respond to the same situation in different ways. Frank Kros, president of the Upside Down Organization, explains how adolescence affects the brain. 

 

  • play.jpg Let Your Teen Sleep In sleep
    (1m 35s): Teenagers need more sleep, and their performance suffers because of it.  Frank Kros, president of the Upside Down Organization, explains why teenagers should sleep in on Saturdays

 

  • play.jpg Adolescence Until 25? 
    (1m 07s): Researchers once thought the brain matured by age 18, but new information indicates otherwise. Frank Kros, president of the Upside Down Organization, explains the development of the brain.