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TRADITIONAL RESOLUTION PLAN

CONDUCTING CONDUCTTM

 Try another strategy if the first one fails.

Allow the four-level resolution plan to work.

Refer student to the administrator after trying several strategies.

Refer student to the administrator only after exceeding the permitted time-outs on level three.

Return student to behavior level-one after receiving an administrative removal.

Assign student to behavior level-three after receiving an administrative removal.

Increase the length of time-outs for repeated misbehavior.

Limit all time-outs to five minutes.

Determine the behavior level by the severity of the student's misconduct.

Determine the behavior level by the number of time-outs the student received.

Expect students to demonstrate responsible behavior by using on them various "behavior modification" strategies.

Expect students to demonstrate responsible behavior by teaching and allowing them to regulate and correct their own behavior.

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