Diane Gossen<br />Restitution Restructuring <br />
Objectives<br />SWBAT understand the essential elements of Diane Gossen’s Restitution Restructuring Theory <br />SWBAT und...
Scenario <br />You give clear and explicit directions to the classroom full of students. <br />“Ladies and gentlemen when ...
Let’s take a moment<br />How would you react to this situation? <br />How would you address the student? <br />How would y...
Restitution Restructuring Hypothesis<br />“to create conditions for the person to fix their mistake and to return to the g...
Unchanged circumstances in schools<br />Discipline is the number one responsibility of teachers<br />Violence is increasin...
Five Positions of Control <br />The Five Positions of Control is a simple vehicle to use to have teachers self-evaluate<br...
Self-Restitution Theory<br />1. Teach children that all humans are internally motivated by basic needs<br />Belonging<br /...
Self-Restitution Theory<br />2. Create a social contract among adults and children in school <br />3. No violence, no drug...
Self-Restitution Theory <br />7. Self-evaluations: “It’s okay to make a mistake” or “My part of the problem is” and find s...
Self- reflect on whether  this is the person the student wants to be <br />Actions are done to satisfy needs<br />Stabiliz...
Scenario <br />You give clear and explicit directions to the classroom full of students. <br />“Ladies and gentlemen when ...
Teachers help misbehaving students the most when they serve as managers of resitution<br />They inspire students to be sol...
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  1. 1. Diane Gossen<br />Restitution Restructuring <br />
  2. 2. Objectives<br />SWBAT understand the essential elements of Diane Gossen’s Restitution Restructuring Theory <br />SWBAT understand the positive reasons for implementation of the Restitution Restructuring Theory<br />SWBAT understand the challenges of implementation of the Restitution Restructuring Theory<br />
  3. 3. Scenario <br />You give clear and explicit directions to the classroom full of students. <br />“Ladies and gentlemen when I say “Go” you are going to begin discussing with your group the last three pages of our book focusing on finding the conflict between the main characters. Go.” <br />“This is stupid and I don’t want to work with these weirdos.” <br />
  4. 4. Let’s take a moment<br />How would you react to this situation? <br />How would you address the student? <br />How would you address the class? <br />(talk with your neighbor, write it down)<br />Have 3 share<br />Remember your instinctual reaction to this situation as we learn about the 5 positions of control <br />
  5. 5. Restitution Restructuring Hypothesis<br />“to create conditions for the person to fix their mistake and to return to the group strengthened”<br />A process of consensus allows students to become better able to behave in harmony with their needs<br />Teaching students to self counsel<br />Discover the external and internal motivation of actions <br />
  6. 6. Unchanged circumstances in schools<br />Discipline is the number one responsibility of teachers<br />Violence is increasing <br />A need for an environment that satisfies needs and is free from coercion or fear<br />New focus is through reflection on the need that prompted the behavior and create a new way of belief indicative of the responsible person they want to be<br />
  7. 7. Five Positions of Control <br />The Five Positions of Control is a simple vehicle to use to have teachers self-evaluate<br />Punisher<br />Guiltmaker<br />Buddy<br />Monitor<br />Manager<br />
  8. 8. Self-Restitution Theory<br />1. Teach children that all humans are internally motivated by basic needs<br />Belonging<br />Power<br />Freedom<br />Fun <br />Safety<br />Even behaviors we don’t like in ourselves are satisfying a need<br />They are also hurting others’ needs<br />
  9. 9. Self-Restitution Theory<br />2. Create a social contract among adults and children in school <br />3. No violence, no drugs, no harassment and no dangerous defiance<br />4. Create job descriptions together so every agrees on responsibilities <br />5. Describe 5 Positions of control<br />6. Teach how to create restitutions <br />Must satisfy both parties<br />Must repair and strengthen relationships<br />
  10. 10. Self-Restitution Theory <br />7. Self-evaluations: “It’s okay to make a mistake” or “My part of the problem is” and find solutions<br />8. Involve parents <br />
  11. 11. Self- reflect on whether this is the person the student wants to be <br />Actions are done to satisfy needs<br />Stabilize by removing fear and anger <br />
  12. 12. Scenario <br />You give clear and explicit directions to the classroom full of students. <br />“Ladies and gentlemen when I say “Go” you are going to begin discussing with your group the last three pages of our book focusing on finding the conflict between the main characters. Go.” <br />“This is stupid and I don’t want to work with these weirdos.” <br />
  13. 13. Teachers help misbehaving students the most when they serve as managers of resitution<br />They inspire students to be solutions-focused <br />They help them remain in the group with strengthened capability<br />

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