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  1. Chapter 8Help Students Move Outside Their Comfort Zone http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPeeZ6viNgY

  2. Kendra Comfort Zone

  3. Stuck Inside the Comfort Zone • Small Children seem naturally to move outside their comfort zone…this is why so much learning goes on in the early years. • As they get older, they become more reluctant to wander into uncharted territory… • 1. Fear Of OPO’s…weoften think our value and worth come from other people, we do those things that will gain the approval of others, and avoid those things that will garner their disapproval • We walk around with Athena's on our heads and zero in on what others approve of and what they don’t • KENDRA • Other OPO are powerful…especially in our students’ lives. • Top 20 teachers help their students make decisions about OPOs based on Best interest O.P.O. Other Peoples’ Opinions

  4. Stuck Inside the Comfort Zone • 2. Fear of Failure…Failure is something we do; not who we are…it is a necessary part of every person’s natural development…babies...crawling…potential to crawl is developed into their ability to crawl • KENDRA O.P.O. Success happens When people Learn enough From failure And Try one more time… Other Peoples’ Opinions

  5. Responses from others to our failures and mistakes… Laughed Yelled Judged Ridiculed punished Criticized Were disappointed Teased Gave the “look” Freaked out …others responded by helpful, supporting or encouraging them when they failed or made a mistake…

  6. Activity Count 1 and 2s Read Pop corn Story (ones); read The flashlight story (twos) 10 min and reflect Inner and outer circle (ones outside and twos inside circle facing ones) Discussion one’s only Discussion two’s only Share out…

  7. ACT TOP 20 TEACHERS AAWARE …are aware of their own beliefs about themselves as mistakes makers and their own beliefs about failure. C Conscious Choices …1st conscious choice regards how they want to respond when they make a mistake…2nd conscious choice is how to respond to others, especially children, when they make a mistake.. TTALK...talk about their own mistakes and failures