Read the Principles in Action for Chapter 13 on pages 298-299.

In our discussion/reflection:

Consider what messages Kaleb is receiving from the caregiver and director.

How might the substitute’s actions/behaviors influenced Kaleb’s ideas (self-concept) about himself?

Consider J. Ronald Lally’s list above, what messages are the substitute’s action teaching Kaleb?

Should the director have done more?

How do you think the substitute might have responded if the director confronted the sub with her observations of the interaction?

How might you have responded as either the substitute or director?

How did you feel about this scene?

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