Yes it can! How?
We have done the time consuming reading of long articles for you. Our research briefs take scientific studies and research review articles and summarize them so you have the basics. We are pulling out the new-paradigm principles so you can begin to not only see what you are already doing that is working, but what you can integrate and change also.
Yes it can! How?
It has been scientifically shown that young children that have been nurtured (get positive attention, love and attachment from their mother and other caregivers) versus ones that have been neglected (don’t have mothers/caregivers that are responsive to
What you have experienced matters to the future of education!
Join Dr. Meg Hanshaw, founder of i.b.mee., as she interviews new-paradigm, innovative leaders, teachers, parents and students to learn what is working and not working in creating learning environments where everyone thrives.
Listeners will become more aware of the critical need to shift our current education system as well as what the new education paradigm entails. These podcasts are a part of a bigger research project to create the New-Paradigm Declaration of Education.
We know everyone has a story to tell about their education experience, and we want to hear it! Your anonymous stories will help send a wave of change through the education system as a part of a bigger ripple of change. The themes and principles from your story will be recognized and added to the research to create the new Declaration of Education. You can make a huge difference with just a small amount of time! Thank you in advance for you participation!
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Want to know what it like to begin to shift into the new-paradigm of education? Join us to read about educators, interns, students and parents who have felt the shift in some way. Once you begin to experience the shift inside your body, mind, heart and soul, you naturally begin to change your ways that are in the old-paradigm. You begin to understand that connecting with others and seeing each other’s value is the key to learning, not controlling and manipulating with extrinsic rewards (among other things).
I used to tell my students what to do in a conflict. “You do this. You do that. That is enough of that.” They didn’t have much of a say,
The hardest part of teaching in the new Empowerment Education framework in the current public school system is recognizing the fruits of your labor. In the current system, the best
My educational journey has comprised of many ups and downs. From the time I started kindergarten until my senior year of college, I attended nine different schools—two elementary schools, two
Join Meg Hanshaw PhD, founder of i.b.mee. and thriving researcher, in a more in depth look at particular issues in education and how a new-paradigm mindset and applications would be used.
Our schools deserve the protection of Connection.
If we can set up educational environments where intrinsic motivation (person-centered), collaborative learning, critical thinking, connection, personal purpose and the process of learning are emphasized, we will see a huge change.
With play we thrive, without play we pay.