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