Chapter 11: Discipline through Self-Restitution and Moral Intelligence. Casey Hicks Colleen Blanchard Ashley Slemons. Diane Gossen. What is self-restitution?.
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5. Operates through invitation
6. Teaches persons to look inside themselves, identify the need behind problematic behavior, & visualize the kind of person they want to be
7. Creates solutions to problems & restores the offender to the group
*”Does it really matter?”
*sense of belonging, connection between members of classroom
*my job, your job
*teach & model it!
Empathy is the capacity to relate to the feelings of others.
Develop a caring relationship with students
Creating a caring, prosocial moral learning environment
Use stories to enhance sensitivity to others
Provide meaningful and concrete hands on activities
Use discipline techniques that show empathy.
Adults giving priority to and modeling self-control
Encouraging students to become their own internal motivators
Showing students to think before they act, have anger management skills etc.
Provide ongoing opportunities to practice self-control
Building high moral IQs we can promote
When teaching moral intelligence you must do the following: