La psicologa: "Maturità senza l'ultimo rito di passaggio, i ragazzi aiutiamoli così"

Margherita Dolcino, esperta di dinamiche adolescenziali, da agli studenti qualche regola per affrontare meglio l'esame senza la sicurezza degli scritti. E dice ai genitori e ai professori come farli sentire più forti in questo delicato momento
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