Articles to empower great teachers

We believe in the power of teachers to guide students in discovering their unique talents, passions, and purpose. Our free training and vast library of resources, will help you cultivate a classroom with meaningful real-world experiences. You and your students will develop grit and a growth mindset to tackle any problem life might throw your way.

Activities

The Need for Learner-Led Learning

Empowered activities and resources help teachers create more learner-led learning experiences in the classroom. It makes activities more engaging and creates greater benefits.

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Our Perspective

Nurturing Student Gifts

Students with support plans deserve to contribute to their classes. Empowered gives them an opportunity to apply their gifts.

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Our Perspective

Defining the “Growth Mindset”

“We believe in people. We are certain that every person is valued and worthy of dignity and respect. We know each person can grow to develop their talents to overcome both seen and unseen barriers and reach their full potential.”

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Inspiration

Igniting Passion

“Teachers build these relationships every day. They’re the people to champion this idea of how to teach and create the conditions of a classroom that allow students to flourish.” said Mik Love.

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Features

Paying PMM Forward

Jacqueline Valentine, a Empowered Teacher and Business Educator in Austell, Georgia is Ready to Share Her Story at RiseUp Atlanta 2023.

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Features

Be Your Authentic Self

“I’m not running an ‘attractive’ career tech program. I’m not the Cosmo Lab . . . I’m not a digital media lab . . . I’m not a construction lab that builds actual houses. But that doesn’t mean I can’t be as impactful.”

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Inspiring Transformation

“Keep improving,” says Empowered’s Ken Chadwick, a former business executive and teacher. “Have students look forward and consider the possibilities ahead.”

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Features

Legacy of Success

“All teachers say this,” said Andrew Corrao of Kansas City, Missouri, “but (my students) are the reason I wake up and come to school. They inspire me every day.” 

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