Presentation on theme: "WELCOME TO Responsive Classroom/ Developmental Designs Level 1 Training An Introduction to Philosophy & Practices Trainers: Sharon Coldren Mayra Rodriguez,"— Presentation transcript:
WELCOME TO Responsive Classroom/ Developmental Designs Level 1 Training An Introduction to Philosophy & Practices Trainers: Sharon Coldren Mayra Rodriguez, Ed.S. Originsonline.org
1.Social learning is as important to success as academic learning. 2.We learn best by constructing our own understanding through exploration, discovery, practice, and applying what we have learned, both socially and academically. 3.The greatest cognitive growth occurs through social interaction within a supportive community.
4.There is a set of personal/social skills that students need to learn and practice in order to be successful socially and academically: (CARES) Cooperation Assertion Responsibility Empathy Self-control
5.Knowing the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual needs of the students we teach is as important as knowing the content we teach. 6.Trust among adults is a fundamental necessity for academic and social success in a learning community.
Power of the Reflective Loop (PWR) (Tab 1-pg 4) Plan Work Reflect P W R Plan Work Reflect
DISCUSS IN YOUR TABLE GROUPS: (Tab 1 – pg. 2) What Principles resonate with YOUR belief system? What Principles might be easiest to implement vs. hardest to implement for YOU?
1.Community-building Advisory (CPR) 2.Modeling & Practicing 3.Goal-setting: Goals & Declarations 4.Social Contract 5.Power of Play (FUN Factor) 6.Pathways to Self-control 7.Empowering Teacher Language 8.Reflective Loop (PWR- Plan, Work, Reflect) 9.Collaborative Problem-solving 10.Engaged Learning Strategies (POWER Learning)
1.Teaming 2.Constitutional Convention 3.School-wide Meetings 4.School-wide Events 5.Modeling Shared Areas 6.Problem-solving Strategies for Challenging Behaviors 7.Partnering with Parents 8.Empowering Communication 9.Staff Meetings 10.Evaluation Capacity-building
Relationship-based Approach to Classroom Management Summary: Relationship-based Approach to Classroom Management VS.