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The MindOH! Discipline Series is a web based tutoring program for students referred for discipline. Upon referral to the office, the student proceeds to a computer that has the MindOH! Discipline Modules installed and is guided through a series of questions by MindOH! mentors that result in a printable incident report for the discipline authority. An Administrator's Database provides an enormous amount of information pertaining to the school's discipline issues, and can deliver automatic email notification to parents of student discipline infractions.

                                         

Flowchart:  Click here to download a more expanded version of the flowchart that describes the MindOH! process.

  • THE DISCIPLINE SERIES

    • What’s Up?: Student Incident Report

      This module is designed to foster a better understanding from the student’s perspective of what happened during misbehavior. Students create a computer-generated incident report by engaging in an interactive, thought-provoking experience. An effective communication tool, The Five Levels of Communication, focuses the student’s attention on the importance of respectful and responsible behavior as it relates to them.


      View a clip of What's Up (Run time is 3:51)

    • Rule 1: Respect and Taking Charge: Responsibility

      Based on the particular misbehavior, the student is auto-routed to Rule 1: Respect, or Taking Charge: Responsibility. These modules take students through step-by-step self-discovery exercises and guide them to discover solutions and healthy character traits on their own.

      View a clip of Rule 1: Respect (Run time is 0:48)

    • Ninety (90) Infraction-Based Activity Sheets

      The MindOH! Discipline Series™ includes "Thinking it Through" and "Walking the Talk" worksheets that are content-specific to the infraction the student committed, such as bullying or cheating. Students interact with the modules and complete these self-reflection activities that allow them to think about their actions and consider new, positive ways to deal with problems.

  • ADMINISTRATIVE DATABASE

    • ? Complete information about your school and district
      ? Session modules and dates completed by students
      ? Number of times each infraction was committed
      ? Pertinent information regarding responses by students
      ? Number of infractions committed by individual student
      ? Downloadable worksheets specific to misconduct
      ? Automated parent notification email or letter

  • LIFE SKILLS MODULES

    • It’s Up To You: The Power of Choice

      Students are taught the Waterfall of Cause and Effect, a model that fosters both self-awareness and self-responsibility.


      View a clip of It's Up To You (Run time is 1:24)

    • Aspire to Achieve: Making Goals Happen

      The Four Steps to Success, a model that demonstrates how to build a habit based on a specific character trait, helps students define a goal. Students build a personalized “Plan of Action” that is delivered at the end of the module.

      View a clip of Aspire to Achieve (Run time is 5:28)

    • Defusing Disagreements: Listen to Understand

      Students learn a conflict resolution technique called The Big Three Questions, a tool for defusing tension during a disagreement and gaining more personal power by listening actively and respectfully. A multimedia vignette illustrates two students in a disagreement. It compares and contrasts a typical and ineffective scenario with a positive scenario. The Big Three Questions turn a disagreement into mutual understanding.

    • 28 Module-Specific Activity Sheets

      Thirteen “Watching My Thoughts” worksheets provide an opportunity to consider choices being made and the results those choices produce. Seven “Building a New Habit” worksheets help students with goal setting. Seven “Listen to Understand” worksheets help students develop better communication skills and enable them to build and maintain healthy relationships.

  • LESSON PLANS

    • ? 100 lesson plans for use in classroom, in-house suspension, or detention hall
      ? Supports the building of strong character traits that result in empowering students to make good decisions




"I want to say that since we began using the behavioral component of MindOH!..... we have had great success. Children who are aggressive and that have difficulty communicating with adults and processing their difficulties, have had great success with the MindOH! program...it is a very effective program for children who are experiencing emotional distress as well as being unable to process their feelings with an adult.... "
Patricia Lankpoop
Program Administrator, NC