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Data Board Project The Impact of Student Supervision by Teachers on Discipline Referral Statistics Research conducted by Ashlee Holmes, Ed.D. August 2013.

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1 Data Board Project The Impact of Student Supervision by Teachers on Discipline Referral Statistics Research conducted by Ashlee Holmes, Ed.D. August 2013 – May 2014 Brittany Hill Middle School Blue Springs School District

2 Focus Area Current reality – Lack of supervision of students – Lack of commitment to supervise students – Numerous discipline referrals Leadership Standard #3 – Organization/Management

3 Supervision Expectations Every staff member in the building has the responsibility of monitoring and supervising student behavior whether it is in the classroom or in common areas (hallways, cafeteria, restrooms, etc.). During passing periods, every teacher is expected to be in the hallways monitoring the movement of students. Active supervision means out in the hall, interacting with students as they move from one class to another.

4 Current Reality: “Supervision”

5 Improvement: “Supervision”

6 Outdoor Supervision 2 times/year AM/PM Include supervision expectations in sub plans

7 Adult Action - Intervention Intervention & Buy-In – Assigned supervision locations – Faculty meeting training on supervision expectations – reminders – Monthly reminder at faculty meetings – Positive Recognition Candy for teachers who were present Verbal compliments Mini-breaks—offered to cover the duty for them SRO commented on teacher presence in the halls Data – Discipline Referral Statistics – Discipline Referral Statistics

8 Data: Discipline Referral Statistics

9 Results Data Collected – Discipline Referral Statistics – Discipline Referral Statistics Conclusions – Improved supervision can lead to less discipline issues. – Although teachers were not enthusiastic at first, once it became an expectation, it is now almost second-nature. – It is necessary to mention an additional change was that teachers were required to log their discipline referrals in Power School as opposed to ing or dropping them off in the office. Lessons learned – Keep student safety at the forefront of the supervision expectations – Encourage teachers to be accountable to one another – Have difficult conversations with teachers not following the expectations Plans for the future – Continue to assign and remind teachers of supervision expectations – Continue to encourage and recognize teachers


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