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Capturing Kids Hearts

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Cooperative Discipline
Linda Albert focused on the ideas of Adler and Dreikurs




Five Action Steps
1. Determine behavior

2. Identify the goal of misbehavior

3. Choose intervention techniques

4. Select encouragement

5. Involve parents
Self-esteem
Students need to:
Feel capable
Connect (be engaged and involved)
Contribute
"If you have a kid's heart, you have his head." - Flip Flippen
This strategy of teaching was founded by Flip Flippen and places a strong emphasis on students taking an active role in how the classroom is managed while still following pre-set rules.
Key Concepts for CKH
The EXCEL Model
Capturing Kids Hearts
Cooperative Discipline
Medium Control
The Interactive Model:
Capturing Kids Hearts & Cooperative Discipline
THANK YOU!
By: Tori Gandy, Taylor Hood, Carolyn Levert, & Comeron Shoffner
SOLER Listening Skills
Four Questions for Disrespect
Four Questions for Misbehavior
The Social Contract
The EXCEL Model
The Social Contract
Four Questions for Misbehavior
Four Questions for Disrespect
SOLER Listening Skills
E
ngage
X
-plore
C
ommunicate
E
mpower
L
aunch
- handshake, welcome, affirm, model
- customer's needs, listening skills, safe environment
- content, "Real World"
- use and do, develop skills, encouragement
- end and send, summary, commitment to action, passion
Video: "What Students Really Want Their Schools to Be Like"
http://www.flippengroup.com/education/blog/ever-wonder-students-really-want-schools-like/
Resources
Burden, P. (2010/2013).
Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning
Community
(4th ed./5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Intervention and Encouragement
Democratic procedures
Cooperative learning strategies
Classroom guidance
Appropriate curriculum
Major Concepts:
Students
choose
their behavior
Fulfill the need to belong
Misbehavior goals
Attention
Power
Revenge
Avoidance of failure
Students choose to cooperate!
A social contract is defined as "an agreement of behavior." This agreement is usually constructed through questions that allow student response and discussion. Consider the following questions to ask students when putting together your social contract:
How do you want me (as the teacher) to treat you?
How do you want to be treated by other students?
How do you think you should treat me (the teacher)?
If the social contract is violated, how should those violations be dealt with?
1.
Excuse me... What are you doing?
2.
What are you supposed to be doing?
3.

Are you doing it?
4.

What are you going to do about it?
1.
Excuse me... whom are you talking to?
2.
How are you supposed to be talking to me (or to your peers)?
3.

Were you doing it?
4.
So, how are you going to talk to me (or your peers)?
S
quare up to the person you are listening to
O
pen posture
L
ean in
E
ye contact
R
elax and Respond
Point out mistakes and correct behavior
Discipline is mainly carried out through discussions or counseling
Teachers are role models
Emery, D.
What Students Really Want Their Schools to Be Like
. (2015, January 5).
Retrieved February 10, 2015. http://www.flippengroup.com/education/blog/ever-wonder-students-really-want-schools-like/?utm_content=bufferb9ebc&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Keynotes
. (n.d.) Retrieved February 15, 2015. http://flippengroup.com/education/
edukeys.html
Introduction To Capturing Kids' Hearts
[PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from http://
www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Flearn.tkschools.org%2Fmbirely%2FTKMS%2520Parent%2520Documents%2FIntroduction%2520to%2520Capturing%2520Kids%25E2%2580%2599%2520Hearts.pptx&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHbZdXj3od9TFLIiBrTT2tW2J0LDQ
Creating a Social Contract
Create excitement about the contract
Give the students ownership over the rules of the classroom
Have the students list words or phrases and write them all down
Ask "What if.." questions and "Is it the same as..." questions to format the contract the way you want it to look
Follow through and revisit the contract throughout the school year!

A successful Social Contract = a self-managing group
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