Streamlining Discipline


I have been able to use Google Apps to streamline many of the processes that I use on a day to day basis at my job, but probably the most beneficial application of these apps has been through our current discipline system. By utilizing Google Forms, Sheets, and the Formmule Add-on I have been able to go to a paperless system that makes reports readily available. Through the video above I give a quick explanation of how to utilize Formmule with your discipline referral system in order to create automated reports.

The real benefit to using this system is not only the documentation that is created by having a running discipline referral system, but also the reports. The reports help me in my job by being able to keep everyone informed at all times. Depending on what report or action is taken based on the report, I can then notify my attendance secretary, special education designee, upper administration, counselors, in-school suspension supervisors, school resource officer, and anyone else that may have an educational interest in the report. Feel free to check out the video and explore the form that is discussed in the video by clicking on the link below.

Discipline Referral System

Mr. McClung

GEG Arkansas

GEG Chapter Logo - HortizontalI’m very proud to say that the Arkansas Chapter of Google Educator Groups is up and running. While this is still extremely early on in the process, I am working to help spread the word and recruit Arkansas educators to join our Arkansas GEG.

GEGs are independently run communities of educators who inspire and empower each other to meet the needs of students through technology both in the classroom and beyond. Via face to face meet-ups and online activities, GEGs provide a way for educators who are passionate about education and technology to meet like minded people and share, learn, and collaborate together.

I would like to invite fellow educators to join our group and make this a successful community for collaboration through Google Apps for Education.

Mr. McClung