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Title: Circle of Power and Respect CPR Overview


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Circle of Power and Respect (CPR) Overview
  • CARE for Kids Team

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Good Afternoon Educators, Welcome to this
overview session of the Circle of Power and
Respect. This afternoon we will take a closer
look at the components of C-P-R and their
importance in building community. We will also
explore some crucial routines and procedures to
make CPR a wonderful experience for both you and
your students. Before we begin, use the Post-it
note in your chair to record one question you
have about the Circle of Power and
Respect. Place your Post-it on the Parking Lot
poster on the wall and join the circle. We are
very glad you are here! The CARE for Kids Team
3
Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
Reflection---Acknowledgement---Reflection---Acknow
ledgement---
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Circling Up
  • Brings the community together face to face
  • Includes everyone
  • What do you notice about sitting in the circle?

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Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
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Daily News message is posted in the room and
visible to students before the actual CPR begins
  • Purpose
  • Sets a friendly tone at the beginning of the day
  • Stimulates student interest and thinking
  • Improves skills in reading, writing, following
    directions
  • And…
  • It provides information about the day
  • What are some other uses of the Daily News
    message?

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Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
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The Greeting
  • Students learn the skills of formal, friendly,
    and fun formats for social encounters
  • Everyone relates to everyone in the community
  • Why is it important that we greet everyday?

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Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
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Sharing
  • Builds relationships among students
  • Creates connections between school and home lives
  • Develops skills of conversation, inquiry, and
    public speaking
  • Helps students see multiple perspectives
  • What are some other benefits of sharing?

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Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
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Activity
  • Builds relationships
  • Develops academic and social skills
  • Have fun
  • Young adolescents love to play. All human
    beings need to playits one of the basic
    ingredients of psychological health, according to
    psychologist William Glasser. (1998)

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Elements of the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR)
Reflection---Acknowledgement---Reflection---Acknow
ledgement---
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Lets step into a JCPS CPR
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Greetings everyone! I hope you have had a
wonderful day of school and are ready for a great
evening. As we get ready for our CPR, think about
the following question If you could go anywhere
in the world, where would you go? Be ready to
share your response in our circle. I hope you
have an awesome afternoon! The CARE for Kids
Team Announcements Remember to go to PD Central
to complete your evaluations. Give us about
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