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Connection as Protection – An Early Educators Perspective on Arming Schools

Corrie Hill-Price Our schools deserve the protection of Connection. Brené Brown defines connection as “the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.”  Arming our schools with connection can change the isolating “survival […]

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5 Things Schools Can Do To Empower Students

RESEARCH shows that our young people are struggling. They are faced with pressures and disconnections that have resulted in three main childhood life-threatening epidemics that I call the “BIG 3”- -Chronic Disease -Depression/Addiction/Suicide -Violence/Crime/Incarceration The statistics from the Big 3 for our American youth are severe, preventable, and not necessary.  Here are just a few of […]

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It is time!

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 […]

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