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Developmental Designs (CPR)

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This powerpoint explains the social-emotional middle level program developmed by Origins called Developmental Designs.

This powerpoint explains the social-emotional middle level program developmed by Origins called Developmental Designs.

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  • 1. Behavioral, Social and Emotional Strategies for Middle School Students Pamela S. McCann TCH 524
  • 2. “ The Problem” Middle School Grades 6-8
    • Numerous Behavior Issues
    • Increased Suspensions
    • Creation of In School Suspension
    • Saturday Detention
    • Removal from Classroom
  • 3. What to Do?
    • Development Designs
    • www.originsonline.org
  • 4. Foundations of Developmental Designs
    • Know your students (culture, assets, needs)
    • Build a sense of community through Circle of Power and Respect
    • Being Proactive (hopes and dreams, social contract, modeling and practice, teacher language
    • Being Reactive (self-control, redirection, problem-solving, return and repair, and conspiracy of caring)
  • 5. Integrating Social and Academic Learning
    • Community Building
    • Engaged Learning
    • Needs-based Behavior Management
  • 6. C ircle of P ower and R espect
    • Greeting / Compliment
    • Share
    • Activities
    • News
    • Acknowledgement
    • Closing
  • 7. Advisory Period
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Problem Solving
    • Role Playing Activity
    • Bullying Issues
    • Social Conferencing
    • Always ends with a Reflection Time
  • 8. Advisory Vs. CPR
    • ADVISORY
    • Greeting is Short
    • Activity is not a game, reflective activity
    • Sharing comes after the activity and is only about the activity
    • Chart is related to activity
    • CPR
    • Greeting
    • Sharing
    • Activity (Game)
    • Daily News
    • Acknowledgement
  • 9. Classroom Implementation
    • Starts First Day of School
    • Consistent
    • Everyone Participates
    • Positive Teacher Language
    • Respectful Classroom Culture
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12. Greetings We Know
    • Formal (reinforce eye contact, firm hand shake)
    • Informal (Hi, high five, thumbs up, etc.)
    • Ball Toss Greeting
    • Chair Greeting
    • Everybody Greeting
    • One Minute Greeting
  • 13. Sharing We Know
    • Lightning / Whip
    • Table Top
    • Partner Share
    • Interactive Share
    • All Share
  • 14. Activities We Know
    • Have you ever.
    • Find someone who.
    • Me too.
    • Guess my mood.
    • Snowballs.
    • Sharks in the water.
  • 15. Acknowledgements We Know
    • 2 -3 Clap
    • Alligator Clap
    • Around the World
    • All Clap
    • Silent Clap
    • Finger Clap
    • Class Designed Clap
  • 16. Positives of Developmental Designs
    • Empowers students to monitor behavior
    • Increased awareness of thoughts, emotions, actions and consequences
    • Instills respect for others, teachers and themselves
    • Develop positive class culture
    • Encourages application throughout the day
    • Inclusion of all learners
  • 17. Did you know…
  • 18. According to the 2008 Report on Poverty provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, 20% of all children live in poverty.
  • 19.  
  • 20. The number one reason students drop out of high school is “lack of motivation”.
  • 21.  
  • 22. According to a 2009 study, 21.3 million children are being raised by a single parent. 61% of those families are below the poverty level.
  • 23.  
  • 24. In 2009, The Alliance for Education reported that over 700,000 students who begin 9 th grade will not graduate in the United States.
  • 25.  
  • 26. 760,000 teens will become pregnant this year. 2/3’s of them will not graduate.
  • 27.  
  • 28. 2.5 million teens age 12 through 17 were incarcerated in 2008.
  • 29.  
  • 30. In 2008, the National Lunch Program provided 31 million children with free lunch. For some this is the only hot meal of the day.
  • 31.  
  • 32. 14% of all students have some sort of learning disability.
  • 33.  
  • 34. 44 million adults in America can not read well enough to read a simple story to their child.
  • 35.  
  • 36. Approximately 50 percent of the nation's unemployed youth age 16-21 are functional illiterate, with virtually no prospects of obtaining good jobs. 
  • 37.  
  • 38. Children who have not developed some basic literacy skills by the time they enter school are 3 - 4 times more likely to drop out in later years.
  • 39.  
  • 40. More than three out of four of those on welfare, 85% of unwed mothers and 68% of those arrested are illiterate.
  • 41.  
  • 42. 33% of all 8 th graders will try some sort of illegal drug.
  • 43.  
  • 44. Disadvantaged students in the first grade have a vocabulary that is approximately half that of an advantaged student (2,900 and 5,800 respectively). 
  • 45.  
  • 46. Out-of-school reading habits of students has shown that even 15 minutes a day of independent reading can expose students to more than a million words of text in a year. 
  • 47.  
  • 48. When the State of Arizona projects how many prison beds it will need, it factors in the number of kids who read well in fourth grade. 
  • 49.  
  • 50. Students who reported having all four types of reading materials (books, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias) in their home scored, on average, higher than those who reporter having fewer reading materials. 
  • 51.  
  • 52. Kyasia “ I will be more formal and respectful in giving people handshakes and greeting people.”
  • 53.  
  • 54. Raiyona “ I will use CPR in the future in many ways like if I have a problem with someone I can talk to them about it in a civilized way.”
  • 55.  
  • 56. Tamara “ I will remember to use Random Acts of Kindness because I want to do nice things for people and I want them to do nice things for me.”
  • 57.  
  • 58. Tyisha “ CPR will always remind me to always treat others the way you want to be treated.”
  • 59.  
  • 60. Brandon “ I will approach everyone with respect wherever I go so that I can get somewhere in life.”
  • 61.  
  • 62. Noah CPR has taught me to be a better person and a better friend.
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