Find out more about the educational path this alum pursued.
Meet Rebecca Deurlein,
Alumna Rebecca Deurlein, knows what makes teenagers tick—and she should. After all, she’s been an educator for 20 years and during that time has had the privilege of observing thousands of teenagers. “Since parents notoriously struggle with teens, I wanted to write something that would help them understand their teens, talk to them more constructively, motivate them and help them to be successful in school,” says Dr. Deurlein, veteran English teacher, author and public speaker. Want to understand your teenager better and know how he acts when you aren’t around? Dr. Deurlein shares the inside scoop in her new book, Teenagers 101: What a Top Teacher Wishes You Knew About Helping Your Kid Succeed.
Dr. Deurlein earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership in 2006 from University of Phoenix. She was named Student of the Year by UOPX® and says it was an incredible feeling of accomplishment, “The doctorate I earned from UOPX gives me one very significant credential that helps me to be ‘an expert in my field.’”
Teenagers 101: What A Top Teacher Wishes You Knew About Helping Your Kid Succeed has captured the attention of major publications and reviewers like Psychology Today, Publishers Weekly, and the Library Journal. Her blog, “A Teacher’s Guide to Understanding Teenagers: Because Parents Deserve all The Help They can Get,” shares more of her knowledge and expertise from working with thousands of teens.
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