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Online Office Discipline
Referral System
Introduction & Overview
LAUSD Behavior Support Office 2010
8 Key features of School Wide
Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS)
6.
Administrative leadership
Team-based implementation
Behavioral expectations defined
Behavioral expectations taught
Acknowledge and reinforce appropriate
behavior
Monitor and correct behavioral errors
7.
Data based decision making
8.
Family and community collaboration
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Data Based Decision
Making
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Teaming
Comprehensive Focus – 3 A’s
Academics ~ Attendance ~ Attitude (Behavior)
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Use Multiple Data Points
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TIC (Team Implementation Checklist)
ROI (Rubric of Implementation)
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ODR (Office Discipline Referral)
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Suspension Data
OT (Opportunity Transfer)
Expulsion
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LAUSD Behavior Support Office 2010
Why Collect ODR Data?
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Decisions made with data are more
likely to be:
– implemented
– effective
Used for decision making:
– school-wide
– classroom
– individual student
LAUSD Online ODR
Web based information system for gathering,
entering, summarizing, reporting, and using
office referral information.
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Purpose is to improve the ability of school
personnel to develop safe and effective
educational environments.
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Three Key Elements of Online ODR
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Data Collection System
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Computer Application
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Coherent system for assigning referrals
Web based continuously available and secure
Decision Making
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Use of data
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District
Local District
School-wide
Classroom
Individual student
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Features of Online ODR
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Reports discipline data
Highly efficient
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Information is available continuously
Formatted for decision making
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50 seconds per referral
Tables and Graphs
Confidential and secure
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https://odr.lausd.net
Step 1: Student Information
Step 2: Incident Details
Step 3: Submission
Responding to an ODR
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Disciplinary decision making responsibilities
are granted to certain staff members by the
Principal. These staff are referred to as
responders and make disciplinary decisions under
the supervision of the principal.
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Responders are granted a different level of
access in the system and are alerted electronically
when a new referral has been submitted
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Responders are responsible for taking action on a
referral, inputting administrative decisions into
the system and providing notification to referring
staff
Availability of ODR information
Completed ODR information is available in
different ways.
- School responders can notify referring staff
via a Paper copy of the completed referral
(PDF file) will be printed & made available to
referring staff (more immediate) or
- School staff can access the information
through MyData under Office Discipline
Referrals
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MyData ODR Reports
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Reports
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Referrals by problem behavior
Referrals by time
Referrals by location
Referrals by staff
Referrals by student
Referrals by month
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Data leads to Inquiry
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Referrals by problem behavior
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Referrals by location
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Are there specific problem locations?
Referrals by student
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Which problem behaviors are most common?
Are there many students receiving referrals or
only a small number of students with many referrals?
Referrals by time of day
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Are there specific times when problems occur?
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ODR Data Guides Decisions
Indicates the effectiveness of the:
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District-wide system
Local District system
School-wide System
Classroom systems
Common areas systems
Individual student systems
LAUSD Behavior Support Office 2010
LAUSD Behavior Support Office 2010
Our Ultimate Goals
Safe & Welcoming School Community for ALL
Increased Academic Engaged Time
Effective & Efficient Use of Time
ODR Tools & Support
Online ODR Homepage
http://odrhome.lausd.net
Up-to-date online ODR information, training materials
and support, user tools and contact information
Behavior Support Office
(213) 241-8051
Staff available to support schools in initial planning,
implementation, ongoing training and system issues
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Related Resources
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BUL-5338.0, Online Office Discipline Referral (December 20,
2010)
BUL-3638, Discipline Foundation Policy: School-Wide Positive
Behavior Support (March 27, 2007)
BUL-4827.1, Multi-Tiered Framework for Instruction, Intervention,
and Support (September 2, 2009)
REF-4984.1, Implementing a Multi-Tiered Framework for
Instruction, Intervention, and Support (March 25, 2010)
Learning Zone
– Ethics of Discipline
– Positive Behavior Support
– Boosting Classroom Management: Fundamentals of CHAMPS
and Discipline in the Secondary Classroom
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