Learn how alternative discipline methods can create long-term change
Suspensions don’t work. They don’t improve behavior and they don’t address the social-emotional needs of students. There are better, alternative discipline methods that can create positive, meaningful long-term changes in the behavior of challenging students. Aligned with educational law, Don’t Suspend Me! gives educators the tools they need to apply these alternative methods. Readers will find
- A toolkit with alternative strategies to use for the most common behavior challenges
- Case study examples and testimonials from educators in the field
- Worksheets and exercises for the major discipline incidents that occur in schools
- Answers to commonly asked questions
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About the Author
Dr. Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan is Supervisor of Student Support Services in Central Unified School District and an assistant professor in the Educational Leadership Department at Fresno State University. She is a graduate of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and holds a Master's in School Psychology and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership.Dr. Hannigan is also an educational consultant working with several school districts and county offices in California on designing and implementing effective behavior systems in schools and districts that work. She currently trains approximately 300 schools on the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Champion Model System, which is the model system she designed based on her doctoral research and experiences in working with a variety of schools and districts. Her focus is on teaching teachers, administrators, and support staff how to create behavior systems in schools similar to academic systems. She received the inaugural ACSA Exemplary Woman in Education Award in 2017. Dr. Hannigan resides in Fresno, California with her husband John and her two stepdaughters Rowan and Riley.
John Hannigan, Ed. D., is an executive leadership coach for Fresno County Superintendent of Schools in California. He has served in education for over 15 years as a principal, assistant principal, instructional coach, and teacher. Under his leadership, his school has received numerous awards and recognitions, including California State Distinguished School, Gold Ribbon School, Title I Academic School, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (Platinum Level), and recognized as an exemplary RTI school for both academics and behavior. His school was selected as a knowledge development site for the statewide scaling up of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS).
Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the AuthorsPart I. The What and Why of Alternative Discipline That Works!Chapter 1. Building a Case for Alternative DisciplineChapter 2. Discipline Belief Self-InventoryChapter 3. Questions and Tips Before You BeginChapter 4. Alternative/Innovative DisciplinePart II. Case Studies on Alternative DisciplineChapter 5. Case StudiesPart III. Alternative Discipline Menu by Common Behavior IncidentsChapter 6. Alternative Discipline Menu IntroductionChapter 7. Alternative Discipline Menu Bullying Cyberbullying Drug/Alcohol Offense Fight Fire Related Inappropriate Language Property Damage Repeated Classroom Disruptions Sexual Harassment Substitute Teacher Technology Offense Theft TruancyPart IV. Bringing It All TogetherChapter 8. So What Now?ReferencesIndex