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Using Discipline Data To Solve Problems. Activities. Average Referrals Per Day. Types of Problem Behavior. Student Referrals. 2 or more referrals. Location. Activity: Using Discipline Data. Review the previous graphs and discuss What patterns do you see?

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## Using Discipline Data To Solve Problems

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**Using Discipline Data To Solve Problems**Activities**Student Referrals**2 or more referrals**Activity: Using Discipline Data**• Review the previous graphs and discuss • What patterns do you see? • What questions do you have that this data can’t answer? • What other data would you like to see? • Look at equivalent data from your school and follow the same discussion. • How does our data compare to the national rate of ODRs per day/per 100 students? • Do we have a problem?**Activity: Identifying Problem I**• Using your school’s behavior data from this school year, and the previous year, look for the difference between the average major ODRs per school day, per month and the average achieved during the corresponding months of the previous school year. • Is there a problem?**Activity: Identifying Problem 2**• Using your school’s behavior data, look at the average major referrals per day, per month for the current school year. • Is there a noticeable trend? • Is the trend desirable? • Is there a problem?**Meeting Minutes and Problem-Solving Action Plan Form**Document potential problems here.**Meeting Minutes and Problem-Solving Action Plan Form**Document precise problem statement here.**Activity: Designing Solutions**• Transfer your hypothesis about your own school’s problem to the top of the Meeting Minutes and Problem-Solving Action Plan Form. • Using the goal setting guidelines, develop a goal for improvement. • Begin designing solutions using the prevent/teach/respond format. • Using the second part of the Meeting Minutes and Problem-Solving Action Plan Form to assign responsibilities for implementing the plan and set dates for follow-up. • In the follow-up sessions, review the action plan and assess progress towards goals.

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