Teenage brains: what is happening and why it leads to more risky behaviours

It’s not easy being a teenager. Once adolescence arrives, navigating new skills such as managing emotions, gaining more independence from parents and the responsibility of decisions make it a challenging time. Boys and girls will experiment, take risks, make mistakes and eventually become adults. And when we think of adolescence, some of the issues that come to mind are drinking, mood swings, abuse of digital technologies and social networks, first sexual relations, drugs, unwanted pregnancies, fights. It is a complicated stage in life that once we are adults we struggle to remember and often don’t understand.

PCE PROJECT | Gastronomy proves its utility in teaching European values to EU schoolchildren

Germany, Lithuania, France, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Holland, Ireland and Spain join forces on the PCE project to define what European culture is and how to convey it to Primary Education students

E-DUCATION PROJECT | The Pandemic Underscores the Need to Furnish Primary and Secondary School Teachers with Digital Skills

The European E-DUCATION project, in which the UCO is participating, aims to highlight the need for digital resources at primary and secondary schools

QUILL PROJECT | Educational Resources in 18 European Languages Compiled to Enhance learning

The UCO participates in the European QuILL project by combing the Internet for teaching material in three of the languages selected: Spanish, French and Norwegian

IN-HABIT PROJECT | European Cities Include Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods in their Process to Create Healthy Spaces

Cordoba's Las Palmeras area is one of the intervention areas for the testing of new inclusion measures for urban well-being as part of the European IN-HABIT project, led by the University of Córdoba

The system focuses on measuring the effects of programs on families, whose role has proven to be crucial in the progress and quality of life of patients with autism

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