School Discipline Programs

As we have mentioned earlier, each school’s situation is unique. This is why we have designed our programs to be adaptable to the different discipline concerns and staff makeup that is unique to your school’s particular professional development needs and to your school’s discipline environment.

To have a better understanding of exactly what we do and the programs we offer schools who use our Professional Development Discipline Services, we have listed each program and a brief description below.

Your discipline trainer will work with you and your staff to determine which of these programs should be implemented, along with their duration of said programs. Your discipline trainer will provide a complete overview and explanation of each of these programs following the initial school discipline assessment we provide to all schools FREE of Charge.

For more information about the  FREE discipline assessment we provide schools, click here .

The Administrative Team Training – The Key To Success
Your administrative team will learn to master your school’s discipline challenges through the development of a school-wide behavior management program and the administrative Support System. When implemented correctly there will be a dramatic reduction in office referrals, home suspensions, tardiness, and disruptive and server behavior school-wide. Some of the techniques taught include:
  • Stopping arguments from turning into fights
  • Solving the tardy and truancy problem
  • Specific directions
  • The rule of three
  • Home and school plan
  • Evaluation of the teacher’s management plan
  • The importance of consistency
  • Teacher support
  • Assertiveness
  • The Discipline Card
  • Sheltering
  • Waving
  • Academic/Behavior Card
  • Managing unstructured time
  • Crisis Intervention Unit
Winning with Challenging, Unmotivated Students
Your staff will learn techniques to reach the defiant, challenging and unresponsive and at-risk students. Participants are given proactive intervention strategies to increase student success, self-respect and the ability to resolve conflicts. A reduction in teacher/student confrontation, a decrease in office referrals for students with a pattern of behavior problems, a decrease in overt violent behavior and increased academic effort by student who have lacked motivation are all direct benefits of this training. Some of the techniques taught during this training include:
  • Discipline card
  • Tardy Card
  • Shelter Card
  • Response-ability
  • The confrontation cycle
  • Manipulations
  • Stopping arguments form turning into fight
  • Gaining support form parents
  • Consistency
  • Building positive connections
  • Paradoxical response style
  • Keeping students in school under control
  • Holding accountable
  • Remediation
  • Refocusing and being in charge
  • Assertiveness
 
Training All Parents Into Partners – Staff Training
Your staff will learn effective negotiating and communication skills when working with parents to maintain a strong and open home-school relationship. More effective parent/teacher problem solving conferences, reduction in negative parent interactions, increased positive support for teachers, academic and behavior programs and teacher empowerment are all direct benefits of this training. Your staff will learn effective, ongoing communication techniques including:
  • Parent and educator roadblocks
  • Expectations
  • Disarming manipulations
  • Language foggers
  • Telephone communication
  • Consistency
  • Follow through
  • Face-to-face conferencing
 
Successful Behavior Management – Faculty And Staff Training
Your teachers and support staff will learn to develop and implement individual classroom discipline plans, procedures and processes while working together with administrators on a school-wide program. Reduction of disruptions in the classroom, increased student on-task behavior, fewer referrals to the office and more administrator time for instructional leadership are all direct benefits of this training. Some of the techniques taught include:
  • Teacher response style
  • Specific direction for use in the classroom
  • Redirecting techniques
  • Paradoxical responses
  • Foggers
  • Proactive Planning
  • Positive reinforcement
  • Holding students accountable
  • Parental involvement techniques
  • Student responsibility techniques

To learn how The Education Company’s School Discipline Programs have produced results in schools like yours, click here .