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We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit .” ~ Albert SchweitzerPowerPoint Presentation: A ccording to the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Daniel Kahneman , each day we experience approximately 20,000 moments . A moment is a few seconds in which our brain records an experience. The quality of our days are determined by how our brains recognize and categorize our moments— either as positive, negative, or just neutral. Our Mood is created based on the number of Positive versus Negative moments we experience during our day.PowerPoint Presentation: “I don’t like you!” “You can’t play with us.” Ever say or do something and wish you could h ave it back? “Go Away” “I hate you” “You’re not my Friend”PowerPoint Presentation: Studies conducted by Dr. John Cacioppo of the University of Chicago have shown what he calls, “the negativity bias” of the brain. Negatives have a much greater impact on our brain. Our brains are actually more sensitive and responsive to unpleasant news and remarks. That’s why personal insults or criticism hit us harder and stay with us longer. Our brain needs a higher number of positive entries than negative ones to counterbalance the built‑in negativity bias . Several small, frequent , positive acts pack more punch than one giant-size positive. The size of the positive is not what counts; it’s the quantity. It’s strictly a numbers game . Positive vs. Negative Moments: Dr. John Gottman at the University of Washington recommends the formula of 5 to 1 moments for married couples . Mr. Ron Swantner , LPC Principal, recommends 7 to 1 moments for his students, staff, and families.PowerPoint Presentation: In our schools, students are working hard to develop their academic intelligence. Writing Reading Math Social Studies English Science PSSAs DRAs DIBELS Art Music Computer Physical Education Library Spelling 4Sight ILS Tests Quizzes Projects Worksheets Journals What is being done to develop their Emotional and Social Intelligence? What can be done to help our kids reach a 7 to 1 ratio and have Positive Days? Curriculum StandardsPowerPoint Presentation: During the 2011-2012 s chool y ear , a question was asked, a statement was forged, and a mindset shift occurred at Landisville Primary Center. That Question Was:PowerPoint Presentation: This idea is based on a concept from a book How Full is Your Bucket by psychologists Donald Clifton and Tom Rath . This idea was later put in children's’ language by Carol McCloud and her original book Have you Filled a Bucket Today? What is Bucket Filling?PowerPoint Presentation: Everyone has an I nvisible Bucket. Our bucket’s purpose is to hold our good thoughts and feelings. Our bucket is constantly being emptied or filled, depending on what others say or do to us. When our Bucket is Full , we feel G reat and Happy. When our Bucket is Empty , we feel Lonely or Sad. Bucket FillosophyPowerPoint Presentation: Y ou need other people to fill your Bucket and other people need you to fill theirs. You Fill a Bucket when you say something nice to someone, do something kind, and even when you smile. This is called being a: Bucket Filler . You can also “Dip” into a Bucket and take out someone’s good feelings by doing and saying mean, hurtful things. This is called being a Bucket Dipper . -You can never fill your own Bucket by dipping into someone else's. However, when you Fill someone’s Bucket, you also fill your own! Bucket Filling How-To-Guide :PowerPoint Presentation: Smile Share a toy Listen when someone else is talking Bucket Filling Ideas: Invite someone to play with you Give a Compliment Give a High Five Give a Hug Make a Gift Ask someone about their interests Help someone who’s hurt Say Hello Thank someonePowerPoint Presentation: With this new concept and question of Bucket Filling in front of them, staff and students of LPC accepted the challenge and because of it: Filled Many Buckets during the 2011-2012 School Year!PowerPoint Presentation: Along with promoting and reinforcing Bucket Filling ideas and language, each month a different Character Trait is taught and emphasized through classroom guidance lessons, teacher lessons, and daily announcements.PowerPoint Presentation: Monthly Character Traits Responsibility Respect Generosity Tolerance/Diversity Kindness/Caring Honesty/Trustworthiness Fairness Effort/ChoicesPowerPoint Presentation: LPC’s Bucket Filling Program Each classroom was given their own Bucket for the teacher to use in nominating and rewarding students throughout the month that displayed “ Bucketfilling ” behaviors as well as evidence of behaviors related to the Character Trait of the month.PowerPoint Presentation: Teacher’s write the name of students displaying Bucket Filling Traits on tickets each day. At the end of each month, 1 student’s name is picked from each classroom bucket.PowerPoint Presentation: Buckets and Tickets are present in all classrooms as well as all special area classrooms, interventionists, the cafeteria, main office, nurse’s office, principal’s office, and student service offices……allowing total school participation by all staff.PowerPoint Presentation: Students also have the ability to vote for teachers on a daily basis that they witness displaying Bucket Filling Traits!PowerPoint Presentation: Bucket Fillers receive a personalized Award Certificate, Letter to their Parents, have his/her name announced on the morning announcements, Picture on Wall of Fame, Bucket Filling Prize Pack and……PowerPoint Presentation: A special lunch with Mr. Resh , Mr. Swantner , and other occasional special guest teachers/staff filled with fun, laughs, magic, and a game of HEADBANDS!PowerPoint Presentation: How many Buckets will you fill during the 2012-2013 School Year, that is up to you! Now, in front of us is a new school year and the need ever so more for Bucket Filling. Are you Ready? May your Bucket always remain full!PowerPoint Presentation: Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become character. Watch your character , for it becomes your destiny. 7:1PowerPoint Presentation: Presentation By : Mr. Mike Resh LPC School Counselor Artwork/Writings By : Students of LPC Music By : Coldplay: Paradise Bruno Mars: Count on Me Gym Class Heroes: The Fighter You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.