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An Empowerment School Field Trip for 4-Year-Olds  

By Corrie Hill Price Often in traditional school field trips are agreed upon by my school staff, teachers, and parents. Children are often invited into the process shortly before leaving or not at all. In the Empowered Partnership Paradigm of Education, field trips are developed with the children to promote concepts such as self-leadership, inquiry, […]

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3 Empowerment Moments at School

Written by Corrie Hill-Price; Kindergarten Teacher Asheville NC When students feel understood, they will be more intrinsically motivated to take risks with learning which is essential to student lifelong success.  I have learned how coaching “myself” as a teacher can lead to internal calm, confidence, and clarity which in turn creates a connected and empowered […]

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How to Discover Your Lonely Students

Every Friday afternoon Chase’s 6th grade teacher asks her students to take out a piece of paper and write down the names of four children with whom they’d like to sit the following week. The children know that these requests may or may not be honored. She also asks the students to nominate one student […]

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Playing Tiger

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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