An Example of How Teacher Empowerment Coaching Moves Students into Higher Brain Functioning during a Challenge: Positive Behavioral Management Techniques at Their Best Written by Corrie Hill-Price, Kindergarten Teacher Haw Creek Elementary, Asheville NC As educators we hope to assist in uncovering students’ true selves. When students are celebrated and allowed to be themselves, they […]
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Meg Hanshaw Ph.D. Connection is the key to a W.E.L.L. generation. Sounds simple doesn’t it? Just connect with kids and they’ll grow up well, empowered, as self-leaders, and able to live their legacy? It is very simple in theory, but difficult in its application. According to Dr. Brene Brown, researcher at the University of Houston, […]
Meg Hanshaw Ph.D. Have you seen this 3 minute popular video showing how followers are the key in changing a culture? …check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fW8amMCVAJQ Great leaders have the gift of vision. They see and know what positive changes could be even in the mist of cultural and system complacency or chaos. It takes a […]
Meg Hanshaw Ph.D. It is time for a healthy, empowered education in a new world for all students! Hello everyone! I am so excited to be introducing the first i.b.mee. Empowerment Education blog post and unleash my life’s mission. –for all children to have the freedom, confidence and skills to live their highest and healthiest vision […]