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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Does Discipline Manager allow multiple user accounts?

Yes. Discipline Manager allows you to create as many user accounts as you need and it provides a wide range of privileges to grant to users. For example, teachers are authorized to assign referrals, ISS classroom monitors are authorized to take roll and run the ISS classroom and administrators are authorized to assign consequences customize the system to meet the school's needs.

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Discipline Manager is used via Web browser. Does this mean that anyone can edit my site's content?

No. Access to Discipline Manager is password-protected. Users must sign into Discipline Manager with a valid username and password to use it.

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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Can Discipline Manager help me run my school more efficiently?

Yes. Discipline and respect for authority is the foundation of an efficient, effective school. The primary goal of using Discipline Manager is to instill self-discipline in students, not to assign punishment. Self-discipline comes from students knowing what is expected of them and confidence that those expectations will be met.

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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Can Discipline Manager do state reporting of discipline?

Yes, for some states. Discipline Manager collects the information required for state reporting and it can generate data files that can be merged with your student information system generated data files for reporting discipline. Contact us for details.

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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Our student information system has a discipline component. Do we still need Discipline Manager?

Yes. Student information systems provide the critical function of collecting data required for state reporting. For discipline, for example, states typically require reporting of discipline consequences where students are removed from their normal classroom activities such as for suspension or disciplinary alternative placement. But suspension and disciplinary alternative placement is a very small part of a school's discipline process.

Discipline Manager is designed to help the school implement their discipline process, not just with satisfying state reporting requirements. The discipline process includes making behavior expectations clear, enforcing misbehaviors quickly and consistently, keeping teachers aware of assigned consequences and fulfilled consequences, keeping parents informed about discipline issues, maintaining individual student discipline histories, making essential information about a student such as behavior plans, individual education plans and others available at the point of decisionmaking, making school and district policies available at the point of decisionmaking, collecting assignments from teachers for students who will be removed from class, easy escalation of consequences for students who do not fulfill discipline consequences, and more. All of these things are essential to an effective discipline process and none are addressed by the discipline reporting function that most student information systems provide.

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Friday, January 4, 2013

Can Discipline Manager help me manage my classroom?

Yes. Discipline Manager helps the staff build a schoolwide respect for discipline. Misbehaviors have consequences and the consequences will be followed to their conclusion. Teachers are assured that the administration backs them up in a timely and effective manner. Also, teachers get a broader look at the behavior of a student. Does this student only misbehave in my classroom or do others have similar problems?

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Thursday, January 3, 2013

What was Discipline Manager designed to do?

What was Discipline Manager designed for?

Discipline Manager was designed to make your discipline process more effective. It does so by making effective use of information about the student, his behavior, his situation and his needs.

Discipline Manager fills a gap between classroom disruptions and state reporting. It has been used to help turn around schools that were out of control. Mere state reporting cannot do that.

 

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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

What does Discipline Manager do?

Discipline Manager helps you manage the process of discipline in your school. It goes far beyond mere state required discipline reporting. Discipline Manager helps you establish an environment of accountability, in proves follow-through and makes discipline more consistent. Parents are automatically notified of discipline events and consequences. When teachers make referrals, they are automatically notified of the consequences assigned and when the consequences have been satisfied. Referrals don't get lost. Students who fail to show up for detention reliably and up with escalated consequences. When students are taken out of class as for in school suspension, requests for their assignments are sent to their teachers. If the assignments are not forthcoming, the teachers are reminded.

Discipline Manager also includes nontraditional consequences such as online questionnaires designed to make students reflect upon their misbehavior in a non-discipline setting. Students can be assigned a loss of privileges for specified lengths of time.

While Discipline Manager is used most often for punitive consequences, it also includes a merit and demerit system which can be used to implement a positive discipline system.

in further support of the discipline process, Discipline Manager makes critical information available at decision points. For example, a summary of a students recent discipline history is displayed on the page where a principal assigned to consequence. Also available on the same page, our relevant documents such as behavior improvement plans, individualized education plans and plans to accommodate disabilities. The same page can also display the school's policies toward the misbehavior that triggered the current referral.

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