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Celerity Scholar Peace Tree

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Kimberly Hyun

on 7 August 2013

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Transcript of Celerity Scholar Peace Tree

Mission and Vision
Celerity Scholar
"In every good work, Celerity Scholars are building community and a better future."
Our Roots
Celerity Educational Group
Planting the CEG Seed of Education
Celerity Scholar
PEACE TREE

Principals
Teachers
Curriculum Specialist
Pupil Services
Citizenship/Righteousness
Caring/Harmony
Responsibility/Order
Respect/Positive Reciprocity
Fairness/Justice
Trustworthiness/Truth
Balance
Celerity Scholar
1. Academic Excellence to intellectually challenge and maximize students' potential for lifelong learning.
2. Highly Qualified Teachers and Paraprofessionals who serve the needs of students.
3. Parental Investment and Community Involvement in sharing the responsibility for educating our children.
4. Diversity and Mutual Respect to foster a supporting and rich learning environment.
1. Creative, Flexible, Critical Thinker
2. Self-Manager
3. Lifelong Learner
4. Culturally Sensitive Individuals
5. Technologically Proficient Individuals
5 Steps to Solving Your Problems
Step 2:
THINK
:
Generate
at least 3 solutions, then
evaluate
which one is best.
Step 3:
CHOOSE
:
Decide
which solution works best for everyone.
Step 4:
DO
:
Implement
your solution.
Step 5:
THINK AGAIN:

Evaluate
the outcome of your solution and think of another if necessary.
Step 1:
SAY
:
Identify
and
define
the problem or situation.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world"

-Nelson Mandela

A tree
without

strong
roots...
A tree
without
fruit...
ESLRs
Peace Tree Strategies
Aug. 19:
Caring/Harmony
– Peace Tree Strategy: Praise people and give up put downs (focus on what is praise and praise activities)

Aug. 26:
Respect/Positive Reciprocity
– Peace Tree Strategy: Label the behavior and don’t defend / Use a strong voice and make eye contact. (focus on what are put downs and how to respond to put downs).

Sept. 9 –
Citizenship/Righteousness
– Peace Tree Strategy: I statements

Sept. 16 –
Fairness/Justice
– Peace Tree Strategy: Responding to I statements (Notice when you hurt someone and repeat what you hear them say/ Apologize and make amends)

Sept. 23 –
Trustworthiness/Truth
– Peace Tree Statements: Check ins

Sept. 30 –
Balance
- Asking for help (both for if someone is causing a problem for me and if I’m causing a problem for someone)

Morning Assembly
August & September: Introduce all 6 Character Traits so students can start showing behavior relating to these traits in the classroom and on the playground- 1 trait per week

August 19: Caring/Harmony: RED
Talk to students about the importance of the character trait of Caring/ having Harmony.
 Be kind
 Be compassionate and show you care
 Express gratitude
 Forgive others
 Help people in need
 To be at peace

Ask students to share ways in which they can be caring/harmonious on the playground, in the hallways and in the classroom. Let them know that yard supervisors and teachers will be observing for caring/harmonious behaviors.

Quote to Share:
No act of kindness, no matter how small is ever wasted.
- Aesop

4 Steps to Responsibility
When a child comes to you with a problem…
1. Lead with Empathy – “Wow, that must have felt…”
2. Follow with a question – “What are you going to do?”
3. Suggest options - “Would you like to hear what some other kids have tried before?”
4. Have child analyze consequences – “How would that work out?”
“Good luck I hope it works out for you.”
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