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Discipline Training Module. By Charlie Howard. Needs Assessment:. Teachers are sending students to office for discipline concerns without applying suggested preventive plan causing increase in written discipline referrals.

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Discipline training module

Discipline Training Module

By Charlie Howard


Needs assessment

Needs Assessment:

Teachers are sending students to office for discipline concerns without applying suggested preventive plan causing increase in written discipline referrals.

Teachers fail to follow school’s plan of action prior to referring students to office for discipline. State not satisfied with large amount of written referrals.


Needs assessment1

Needs Assessment:

Analysis of the gap between what is and what should be

  • The gap is that students challenge the school’s disciplinary system to test limits while teachers fail to apply school’s disciplinary protocol accordingly.

  • Teachers need to become familiar with the school’s plan of action on how to properly approach and implement discipline concerns.


Instructional goal

Instructional Goal:

After completing this training, all educators will be able to manage discipline in the classroom according to the school’s disciplinary protocol.

All teachers will gain a better understanding about controlling discipline in the classroom which will lower disciplinary referrals to the office.


Instructional strategies

Instructional Strategies:

Written disciplinary referrals at my work place have gotten out of control and the State has requested that the District improve the amount of written referrals immediately. To many educators are taking discipline concerns into their own hands by simply sending students to the front office with a referral prior to attempting to handle the situation in the classroom. Other educators are somewhat new and are not familiar with the school’s disciplinary protocol. A web-based training module will be conducted which will grasp the educators attention of how severe the situation has gotten and what is expected. Educators will have the ability to review the presented data after this training is completed for further referencing via internet as a web-based training module.


Instructional strategies1

Instructional Strategies:

Handling Disciplinary Referrals as per School Policy

(a) The goal of this training is to assist our educators to better understand what the

State and District expect concerning discipline control. The objective of this

training is to reduce the amount of discipline referrals for the current year (2010).

(b) The training session will be held in a computerized lab which will allow educators to

access a survey and an exam via internet. These tools will allow the instructors

to better understand what educators are experiencing inside the classroom and

where improvement needs to be addressed. The goal of this training is to assist our

educators to better understand what the State and District expect concerning

discipline control. The objective of this training is to reduce the amount of discipline

referrals for the current year (2010). The State and District has compared this year’s

(2010) disciplinary referrals record with previous years and wants the educators to

view them.


Instructional strategies2

Instructional Strategies:

  • How will we gain the teachers attention?

  • (a) State and District’s Concerns.

  • 1. District not satisfied with the amount of referrals

  • 2. District wants discipline referrals handled accordingly

  • 3. Principle and facilitator need to see improvements

  • (b) Goals and Objectives

  • 1. Handle disciplinary issues according to school policy

  • 2. Reduce the number of disciplinary referrals

  • (c) Lesson Module

  • 1. How to identify a disciplinary problem

  • 2. How to control students when a problem arises

  • 3. Follow the school’s disciplinary policy accordingly


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Instructional Strategies:

Training Module

1. This training module is intended to assist teachers on how to properly identify and correct a disciplinary issue in the classroom prior to sending students to the office. A step by step guide module will be implemented to guide teachers and will be offered online as a web-based training module after this training has concluded. The web-based training module can be used for further training.


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Instructional Strategies:

Module Content

Introduce classroom disciplinary plan to educators

1. Proactive rules of the classroom

2. Verbal warning (use color codes system)

3. Send a letter home

4. Call home

5. Refer student to school counselor

6. Write a disciplinary referral to office


Eleven 11 discipline techniques

Eleven (11) Discipline Techniques


Summary

Summary

The children at my workplace are smart, ambitious and extremely talented, but despite these enormous virtues, some students cause a large amount of problems. Some educators simply do not want to deal with these disciplinary issues and some just don’t know how. Some teachers have decided that the best way to handle the situation is by sending the students to the front office with a disciplinary referral prior to applying the school’s disciplinary plan. The teachers have been instructed by the school in the past to apply in class punishment or consequences, but some do not take this request into consideration. The State has informed the District that to many referrals have been written for the current year and improvements need to take effect immediately. A web-based disciplinary training module is going to be conducted which will involve all teachers from all grade levels. The purpose of the training is to educate the teachers on how to handle discipline in the classroom and when to send a student to the front office with a referral. This training will be available as a web-based training module via internet.


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