E-Colors in Education
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Holmquist Elementary Student Champions Model E-Colors
Students recalled previous interactions that were negative and had been geared to some of the current set of champions. Consequently, they asked to apologize, promising to respond better to similar situations in the future.
Holmquist Elementary Principal, Ms. Toney (R/B)
Youens Elementary Offers the Gift of Self-Awareness
- the basic concepts of the E-Colors brain
- two strengths and potential limiters
- teamwork when building a tower
Students' lessons learned from the tower exercise included that planning is needed before moving straight into a project. Also, others added that they could have incorporated others classmates ideas without rushing to complete the task.
Youens Elementary Principal, Mrs. Hughes (G/B)
Chancellor Elementary Invests in Student Champions
- study the E-Colors brain and learn about Personal Intervention
- put into action communication tools at school and home
- are role models for the school and in the community
- conduct presentations, skits or projects to show the impact of self and team awareness
We look forward to seeing these champions coach other classes in the near future.
Chancellor Elementary Principal, Ms. Saarie (G/B)
Assistant Principal, Mrs. Molina (G/B) Incorporates Self-Focus Questions at Horn Elementary
In order to have effective and efficient meetings, Mrs. Molina wanted to ensure that her Grade 3 team members had a great sense of self-awareness and learn how teamwork can be disrupted for him/her or how an individual can disrupt teamwork by reviewing these topics based on team members' E-Colors.
E-Colors in Education is Certified to Train Texas School Boards :: Harlingen CISD Participated in Team of 8 Workshop
Mission & Vision
Vision: Positively influencing every student, parent, educator and collaborator to become effective communicators, intentional leaders and caring citizens