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Show the slideshow of Puerto Rico images.

Allow the group to settle in and then begin the presentations.



Everywhere, All the Time

DAY 3 - Good Morning!

At your table you will find a sentence strip and a black marker. Please write on the sentence strip a slogan, phrase, or thought that has been significant for you during the previous two days. Think of what might go on a bumper sticker for someones car.

These will be shared with the group shortly after we begin this morning.


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Ethics in Public Administration

(c)2006 Josephson Institute


Good Morning! Please read this slide as we start our day . . .


Move into the groups that were formed for the homework presentation, and deliver your presentations.

Turn to the Presentation Rubric in the workbook (page 65) to self-assess the presentation.

What did you learn as the one doing the presentation? As a listener?

Are their ideas you can use in your school?

How can you use a presentation with others in your school or organization?


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Have participants move into the groups that were formed for the homework presentation and deliver their presentations. Have participants turn to the Presentation Rubric in their workbooks to self-assess their presentation.

Allow each group to debrief on the highlights of their presentations as well as the self assessment rubrics.

What were the overall strengths and weaknesses in their knowledge?

Take notes and try to firm these up during the third day.


Encourage group involvement in understanding the content of the previous two days

Demonstrate the effectiveness of self-assessment rubrics. Point to the Teacher tools section on the website where they can find more of these they can use in their classrooms.

Gives the trainer an opportunity to see where gaps in knowledge are


Implementation Stories


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Show slides you have created that demonstrate a success story in a setting you are familiar with. Show these as a separate slide show.Detail the actions taken by the individuals involved to achieve successful outcomes.Structure the presentation as follows:1. Vision: what were the goals set out in the vision?2. Stakeholders: who were involved in reaching the goals? What roles did they play in achieving success?3. Steps: was training part of the plan? What activities (such as curriculum integration, setting up teams, outreach, etc) were part of the action steps?4. Success: How was success measured?

Choose one of the videos from the CC! site to play.


Whats Happening?


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CC! Elementary Video


Whats Happening?


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CC! High School Video


How to Build Classrooms that promote academics, social/emotional learning and Character


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Create awareness of the academic, social and emotional and character beliefs by using visual displays, integration of the common language and being intentional in the implementation of instructional strategies

Intentionally teach academics and character at the same time

Connect with colleagues to promote a positive learning environment where CHARACTER COUNTS! becomes part of the DNA of the school

Practice character-based discipline in managing your classroom

Provide opportunities to help students make effective and ethical decisions

Strive to build relationships with students and model character

Communicate with parents


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Again, refer to the mind is a muscle metaphor from earlier.


Failing is not fatal unless you stop trying.

Every time you fail you can learn something and become stronger.

Successful people usually fail more that others. They just didnt let their failures stop them.

Dont ask: Whats broken, and how do we fix it?

Ask: Whats working, and how can we do more of it?


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Look to the positive, dont focus on the negative. (glass half full approach again).


Our actions can be determined by reason (the rider) or emotion (the elephant)

How is change achieved?

How is change achieved?


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Introduce elephant and rider idea.

Our actions can be determined by reason (the rider) or emotion (the elephant)


Motivating the Elephant

Telling: Explanation, descriptions

Observing: Stories told, read or seen (video or movie)

Vicarious experience: Testimonials (others describing personal experience)

Doing: Experiential activity generating self-discovery and an emotional commitment


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For things to change, somebody somewhere has to start acting differently. Maybe its you, maybe its your team.

Each has an emotional Elephant side and a rational Rider side. Youve got to reach both. And youve also got to clear the way for them to do three things:

Direct the Rider

Motivate the Elephant: FOLLOW THE BRIGHT SPOTS.

Investigate what is working and do more of it!


Map out specific changes!


Change is easier when you know where youre going and why its worth it.


Knowing something is not enough to cause change. Make people feel something.


Break down the change until it no longer spooks the Elephant.


Cultivate a sense of identity and instill the growth mind-set.

Shape the Path


When the situation changes, the behavior changes. So change the situation.


When behavior is habitual, its free it doesnt tax the Rider. Look for ways to encourage habits.


Behavior is contagious. Help it spread.


Insights About Change

Knowledge does not change behavior; it must reach the emotions

Narrow the choices


Set specific behavioral goals

Be specific and concrete

Go for easy and early successes

Use stories, images, simulations, and hands-on experience


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Read the slide.


Influencer: The Power to Change Anything by Kerry Patterson, et.al. (2010)


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Refer briefly to Influencer.


If you want to change the world, you eventually have to change how people behave.

And if you want to change how they behave, you have to first change how they think.


In almost all successful change efforts, the sequence of change is not ANALYZE-THINK-CHANGE:


-- Kotter and Cohen - The Heart of Change (2002)


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Read slide.



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Read the slide. Key points in the structure of CC! 4.0


People will not change entrenched attitudes or behaviors unless they believe two things:

Its worth it.

Its worth the effort.

What I will get is more valuable than what I give up.

I can do it.

As you consider your action plan, keep in mind the need to


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1. Articulate and advocate the Vision

Identify ideal outcomes; what will success will look like (must be specific in terms of specific beliefs, attitudes and conduct)

2. Analyze evidence of Growth Mindset of organization

Has your school or organization replaced I cant belief with an I cant yet belief?

3. Activate Emotions

Knowledge does not produce change; emotion does; instill and promote vision

4. Establish Incremental Objectives

Identify achievable steps and acknowledge them when achieved

5. Identify Success Models

Identify people and programs doing it right; ; lack of initial success is certain and natural on the road to better

6. Celebrate Success

Acknowledge; /celebrate good models and good behavior


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Sphere of Influence

Three areas of impact:

personal (their own lives)

professional (within the sphere of their work)

some influence (areas that they dont control, but can influence those who do)

On post-it notes, write an impact you can make in each of the three areas.

Use this as a tool for getting ideas from others in their constituencies.

Refer to WORKBOOK PAGE 224 and write the ideas on the page.

Stick your post-its in the appropriate area on the appropriate sheet.

What are the positive things that your school is already doing related to teaching and modeling the key beliefs in the 3 domains?

Considering all that we already do effectively, what specific strategies should we consider doing that will enhance our schools character development efforts