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  • Doris to lead – Opportunities for participants and facilitators to mingle and get to know each other a bit
  • Brian will lead this activity with participants with a brief debrief on how it will relate to what we are doing today.
  • Doris to lead – small group – large beginning the discussion on why we value this model and how it addresses the needs of the learner (and teacher). This will facilitate getting the group thinking about the levels initially and specific behaviors. A PDF for the descriptors has been uploaded in the folder in Dropbox.
  • Angela and Meredith – outcomes, format, resourcesGoal is for people to come up with their own outcomes for the sessionCome up with 3 outcomes per groupAsk them to present these outcomesGreat – we want you all to leave w/ meaningful outcomes, we can see that you have a lot of ideas, but let’s focus this…this is what we’re going to be doing todayResources: 1 pack of the sticky notepads
  • Angela and Meredith – outcomes, format, resources
  • Angela and Meredith
  • Meredith & Angela – brief overview of the history of the model, why Don developed it, how it addresses personal and social responsibility (avoid detail on the levels, lesson plan format, and developmental stages)
  • Levels- BrianThemes- DorisLesson format – BrianStages - Dave
  • Doris
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  • Discuss the idea of cumulative levels – see Don’s new bookLink to Personal Well-Being & Social Interaction
  • Look at Don’s new book – add in examples and questions/position stands to work through theseAdd in tables that show the levels – various approaches to the levels – how they relate to themes
  • Look at Don’s new book – add in examples and questions/position stands to work through theseAdd in tables that show the levels – various approaches to the levels – how they relate to themes
  • Brian – rework the lesson plan – fill in gaps
  • Link to how we have arranged this session – flexibility of components – highlight components and link to Dave’s section on how these component adapt to student characteristicsRelationship time throughoutAwareness talk – pre and/or postSeparate slides for each component??
  • Sarah and Robin
  • There are many types of assessments, but one has to figure out what works best for your individual program.
  • Everyone can share their experiences with the model. If you have some video it would be great to include samples.Brian – introduce how we will use examples of programs in action to highlight the model components, nuances, flexibility
  • Develop a worksheet to lead the discussion
  • Doris – Taking what we have learned and creating a plan that meet the needs of the participants
  • Create a loose structure for how we want to proceed with this – Meredith’s handouts?
  • Develop a worksheet to lead the discussion

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