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Progressive Discipline

Brief presentation for Nov 02

Valerie Cunningham

on 9 December 2012

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Transcript of Progressive Discipline

Building a Positive Climate for Learning and Working Together Ontario’s approach to making
schools safer focuses on: The Framework Progressive Discipline:

A new approach to help
make schools safer Providing early and ongoing intervention Practicing progressive discipline
by addressing inappropriate behaviour
with appropriate consequences Preventing inappropriate behaviour High expectations Modelling good
character Direct teaching of
character traits Character recognition
programs Restorative Mindset Inquiry for the Person Who Caused the Harm:
Tell me what happened.
What were you thinking at the time?
Is there anything else you want to tell me?
Who do you think has been affected by what you did?
How were they affected?
What do you think you can do to make things right?
Restorative Mindset Inquiry for the Person Harmed:
Tell me what happened.
What did you think when you realized what had happened?
What impact has this incident had on you?
Was anyone else affected? in what ways?
What has been the hardest thing for you?
What do you think needs to happen to make things right? 5 minute Table Activity

What message are we sending if/when....
Read each statement. Briefly consider the implicit message related to each.
Discuss in your table group.
There may be more than one opinion. Please keep the Seven Norms of Collaboration in mind when considering differing point of views. The Ministry of Education has defined progressive discipline as:

a whole-school approach that utilizes a continuum of interventions, supports and consequences to address inappropriate student behaviour and to build upon strategies that promote positive behaviours. VIDEO BREAK Kids Do Well if They Can
by Ross Greene Promoting positive student behaviour Modelling good
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