Quick Coaching Guide: Out of Sight but Not Out of Self-Control
Whether walking the hallways unsupervised during a low-traffic time of the day or going to the restroom, proactive steps can be taken to ensure that students navigate these moments using self-control and follow rules and expectations. Students who adhere to the rules and show self-control in unsupervised spaces are part of building a positive and inclusive school community where students feel they belong, that they are significant, and—most important—that they are safe. This guide offers suggestions and a proactive approach for school staff to set up students for success in these unsupervised areas.
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