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Remote Instruction as Suspension: Concerns and Guidance

Removing students from the classroom and placing them in remote instruction for their behavior is an emerging form of discipline (Jones, 2020). The purpose of this brief is to describe this form of discipline, examine its implications and potential negative impacts, and provide guiding principles for improving behavior through evidence-based approaches.

Topic(s):

Classroom PBIS

Disability

School-Wide

Published:

June 3, 2022

Revised:

June 3, 2022

Location:

Keywords:

Alternatives to Suspension
Behavior
Discipline
Special education

Suggested
Citation:

McIntosh, K., von Ravensberg, H., Santiago-Rosario, M. R., and Chaparro, E. (June, 2022). Remote Instruction as Suspension: Concerns and Guidance. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org

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