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TRADITIONAL TIME-OUT PROCESS

CONDUCTING CONDUCTTM

Teacher uses time-outs as punishment.

Students use time-outs to self-evaluate and choose how they want to proceed.

Teacher demands that students take a time-out.

Students decide if they want to take a time-out.

Teacher counsels, lectures, or scolds students.

Students follow the disciplinary process without the need for verbal intervention.

Teacher offers choices and explains consequences.

Students already know their choices and consequences.

Teacher receives unpredictable responses and the loss of teaching time.

Students apologize or request to talk later with the teacher. No loss of teaching time.

Teacher fills out, records, delivers, collects, reviews,and files the disciplinary forms.

Students manage all routine tasks (SMART).

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