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1 Presented by Brooke Beavers *Adapted from Uncommon Schools

2  Identify and explain the six types of Positive Framing techniques  Observe taxonomy practices that build a culture of positivity through least invasive intervention  Apply newfound knowledge by practicing example scenarios

3 1. Sets a culture of high expectations through consistent, positive corrections 2. Allows teachers to develop relationships with scholars, while maintaining authority

4  Live in the Now. Avoid harping on what students can no longer fix. Talk about what should happen next.  Assume the Best. Don’t attribute to ill-intention what could be the result of distraction, lack of practice, or genuine misunderstanding. Show that you assume your students will obey you.  Allow Plausible Anonymity. Allow students the opportunity to strive to reach your expectations in plausible anonymity as long as they are making a good-faith effort. Begin by correcting them without using their names, when possible.

5  Build Momentum/Narrate the Positive: Narrate the evidence of your own command, of students doing as they’re asked, of things getting better. Call your students’ attention to this and then normalize it. Narrate your strength, not your weakness.  Challenge! Students love to be challenged. So challenge them.  Talk Aspiration. Talk about who your students are becoming and where you’re going. Frame praise in those terms

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7 1.Just a minute, Charles, absolutely nobody is tracking right now except Dyonte and Beth. Live in the Now: Assume the Best: Allow Plausible Anonymity: Build Momentum/Narrate the Positive: Challenge!: Talk Expectations and Aspiration:

8 Kea, stop fooling around. First re-framing (choose any type): Second re-framing (choose a different type):

9 Marissa still isn’t ready. First re-framing (choose any type): Second re-framing (choose a different type):

10 I don’t see everyone slanting. First re-framing (choose any type): Second re-framing (choose a different type):

11  What are the 6 types of Positive Framing techniques?  Think of a time when you were either a student or teaching students and could have used Positive Framing to improve the situation.  Be prepared to share out.


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