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  1. 1. WIN WIN IT BACK TO BASICS SUSAN MCCALLUM AND AMY BROWN Copyright McCallum & Brown 2015
  2. 2. “When you change your thinking, your behavior changes. When your behavior changes, your life changes.” From “Lead With Your Heart” by Regina Cates
  3. 3. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 OUR JOURNEY THROUGH THE YEARS CORESPECTATION CONNECTION RESPECT EXPECTATION
  4. 4. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 WIN WIN IT WHAT I NEED WHEN I NEED IT
  5. 5. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Benefits of CoRespectation •Provides real time processing, in the here and now •Helps build replacement behaviors through modeling and ownership •Teaches the 4-step decision-making model, 4 Agreements, TED, and Self Regulation •Allows for practice
  6. 6. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Brain Based Classroom Safe environment - collaboratively predetermined Allows for choosing the correct state of mind
  7. 7. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Reading the state of student and acting proactively instead of reacting is critical Neuroplasticity in the making involves Meeting them where they’re at Redirecting to re-map the brain
  8. 8. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Empowering self for success
  9. 9. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior The Universe is Neutral…. triggers happen….
  10. 10. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior Teach students to know their own physical warning signs, such as lack of eye contact, flushing ears/cheeks, and clenched fists….. etc. This allows students to not drop to brain stem (panic mode/external control) during a real emergency. KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS and MOVE TO A SAFE PLACE.
  11. 11. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior The Universe is Neutral…. triggers happen…. Teach students to know their own emotions and name them.
  12. 12. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 What are you feeling today? Name it to own it - frequency, duration, intensity vs
  13. 13. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior The Universe is Neutral…. triggers happen…. 1. Move to a safe place. 2. Name and feel the feeling. 3. Choose the frequency, intensity and duration. 4. Decide action.
  14. 14. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior The Universe is Neutral…. triggers happen…. 4 Step Decision Making Process begins … all 7 seconds of it!. 1. Separation of Affect (don’t personalize). 2. Prolongation (bucket of choices based on past experiences) 3. Internalization (self talk/make choice) 4. Reconstruction (exhibit choice)
  15. 15. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Behavior Model •Triggers •Brain/Physical Level •Feelings/Emotions •Appropriate or Inappropriate •Reaction / Behavior The Universe is Neutral…. triggers happen…. Creator/Appropriate/Internal/Self Regulating (RAINBOWS) Victim/Inappropriate/External Control/Fight or Flight (POOP) YOU MAKE THE CALL
  16. 16. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Success begins with ownership + - Four Agreements (Ruiz) 1. Don’t take things personally. 2. Don’t make assumptions. 3.Be impeccable with your words. 4. Do your best. We personalize, thrash, blame others, make excuses, pity wagon, victim-of-circumstance (Billy Joel & R. Cates) NEUTRAL TRIGGERS HAPPEN … what you do with them is your choice
  17. 17. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Steps to Creating Empowerment Physical, Emotional, Cognitive + - INTERNAL CONTROL EXTERNAL CONTROL NEUTRAL TRIGGERS HAPPEN … what you do with them is your choice CREATOR LAND empowerment of self and, in turn, those around you VICTIM LAND - handing over control to others
  18. 18. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Empowerment = success + challenge •Teach students to recognize their state of mind •Teach students to set state of mind for learning •Teach students to self regulate - and academic performance will increase
  19. 19. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 We all have these emotions It’s how extreme you want to go with it. Out of Control by Hoobastank
  20. 20. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 WIN WINit VOCABULARY SAMPLER - INTERNAL CONTROL empowerment through use of self regulation, four agreements and TED EXTERNAL CONTROL Brain stem… feels out of control...hands over control… flight/fight..bails at step 1 Decision Making...personalizes TRIGGERS … Bucket of Choices - Replacement Behaviors Creator Rainbows/Unicorns Empowerment Victim Rabbit Hole/Dirging Poop Successful /Appropriate / Productive Unsuccessful /Inappropriate /non Productive + TED DDT
  21. 21. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 Annotated Bibliography Top 5 Picks - Core to Program Barkley, Russell A. (1997). Behavioral Inhibition, Sustained Attention and Executive Functions: Constructing a Unifying Theory of ADHD. Psychological Bulletin, 121, 65-94. (4 step decision making process, slide 13) Chapin, Brad, LCP, LMLP. Self Regulation - Teaching Impulse Control and Skills for Success Seminar Handout. Accutrain Corporation, 2014. (Understanding self regulation : Physical, Emotional, Cognitive, slides 9, 10) don Miquel Ruiz, Jr. Four Agreements San Antonio, Texas: Hierophant Publishing, 2013 (self reflection and ownership, slide 15) Emerald, David. The Power of TED* (The Empowerment Dynamic). Polaris Publishing. Bainbridge Island, WA. 2009. (The Empowerment Dynamic / Creator is Apex: Rainbows vs. Dreaded Drama Triangle / Victim is Nadir:Poop, slide 15 and 16) Jensen, Eric. Teaching with the Brain in Mind. Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2005. (providing opportunities for optimal “state of mind” learning, slide 17)
  22. 22. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 References Ackerman, Diane. A History of the Senses. New York: Vintage Books, 1995. Amen, Daniel. Change Your Brain, Change Your Life. Crown Publishing Group, 1999. Amen, Daniel. Magnificent Mind at Any Age. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2009. Amen, Daniel. Making a Good Brain Great. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2005. Baily, Andrew Cameron and Marlow, Connie Baxter. The Trust Frequency: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm. Aspen, CO.: Cameron/Baxter Books, 2012. Cahana, Kitra. Teenage Brain. National Geographic. October 2011. Pp. 42-59. Cates, Regina. Lead With Your Heart. Creating a LIfe of Love, Compassion, and Purpose. San Antonio, TX. Hierophant Publishing, 2014, Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1990. Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. The Evolving Self: A Psychology for the Third Millenium. New York: HarperPerennial, 1993.
  23. 23. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 References De Bono, Edward. Lateral Thinking: Creativity Step by Step. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc., 1970. don Miquel Ruiz, Jr. The Five Levels of Attachment. San Antonio, Texas: Hierophant Publishing, 2013. Goleman, Daniel. Emotional Intelligence: Why it can matter more than IQ. New York: Bantam Books, 1997. Grandin, Temple and Johnson, Catherine. Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior. Orlanda: A Harvest Book/Harcourt, Inc., 2005. Hallowell and Ratey. Delivered From Distraction: Getting the Most Out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder. New York: Ballantine Books, 2006. Hallowell and Ratey. Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood. New York: Touchstone Books, 1995. Hoobastank: Out of Control. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQtZ9y64ulw McCallum, S. and Brown, A. (2012, March) In S. Skoning (Chair) Corespectation: 21 st Century Mindset. Presentation delivered at University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. Planting the Seeds of Inclusion: Supporting the Growth of All Children.
  24. 24. Copyright: McCallum & Brown 2015 References McCallum, S. and Brown, A. (2013, March) In S. Skoning (Chair) WinWinIt: What I Need When I Need It. Presentation delivered at University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. Planting the Seeds of Inclusion: Supporting the Growth of All Children. Meltzer, Lynn. Promoting Executive Function in the Classroom. New York: The Guilford Press, 2010. Mooney, J. (2011, March) In S. Skoning (Chair) Keynote Address. Presentation delivered at University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. Planting the Seeds of Inclusion: Supporting the Growth of All Children. Mooney, J. The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond Normal. New York: Holt, 2007. Payne, Ruby K. A Framework for Understanding Poverty. Highlands, TX.: Aha! Process, Inc., 1996. Putnam, Robert. Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. New York: Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, 2000. Vacca and Vacca. Content Area Reading: Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc., 2005.

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