Module 4 Supervision - Access Workshop

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Disclaimer In this workshop, we discuss legal issues. The information provided is not intended as legal advice/counsel. It is an overview of the issues. For assistance, please contact a Professional Services Consultant at the OPC Office at 1-800-701-2362.

Act

Regulation Board Policy

PPM

Who do principals supervise?

Principals supervise: Students Teachers



Regular



SPE



Sect.23



E-learners

VP  ECE Occasional  EA  Office Adm  Custodians 

Contract

School Staff 

Board Employees: Academic

Board Employees: Plant

Psychologist  Social Work  Speech/ Lang  Autistic Svs  Behaviour  Oth Supports





Contractors  Maintenance  Trades

By what authority do principals supervise Performance? Students

Staff

Students Staff Performance Authority to supervise Education Act R.S.O. 1990 298

Education Act R.S.O. 1990

Operations of Schools  X.0.1 New Teacher Induction & Reg. 266/06  306 Special Education Programs  X.2 Teacher Perf. Appraisal & Reg . 99/02 and Services  X.3 Designated ECE  308 - SALEP  XI – Supervisory Officers & Reg. 309  181/98 – Identification and  XI.1 – Performance Appraisal of Principals Placement of Exceptional Pupils  PPM 142 – School Board  Reg. 298 Operations of Schools Programs for Expelled Students  Ontario College of Teachers Act, 1996 PPM 146 – Revisions to Credit  Ontario Human Rights Code R.S.O. Requirements etc. 1990 Education Quality & Accountability Office Act, 1996

Board Policies that relate to the supervision of Performance

Students

Staff

Special Education Plan  SALEP  Reporting to parents

Policies relating to:  New Teacher Induction  TPA  PPA  Performance appraisal of support staff  Collective Agreement





Accommodation of disability*

By what legal authority do principals supervise behaviour? Students

Staff

Authority to supervise behaviour Students

Staff

Ed. Act Part XIII Behaviour, Discipline & Safety  Ed Act 265 (m)  Reg. 298 Duties of P, T, and Pupil  Reg. 472/07 Behaviour, Discipline, and Safety of Pupils





PPM 144 Bullying Prevention  PPM145 Progressive Discipline 

Education Act R.S.O. 1990 Act X.O.1, X.2, X.3, XI, XI.1  Ontario Labour Relations Act S.O. 1995  Ontario Health & Safety Act R.S.O. 1990  Employment Standards Act 2000  Child & Family Services Act R.S.O. 1990  Ontario Human Rights Code R.S.O. 1990  Ontario College of Teachers Act 1996  O. Reg 437/97 Professional Misconduct



By what board policy do principals supervise behaviour? Students

Staff

Board policies that inform the supervision of behaviour Students

Staff

Safe Schools Policy  Bullying Prevention Policies  Code of Conduct





Collective Agreement  Occupational Health and Safety Policy  Child Protection Policy  Harassment Policy  DSB Discipline policy  Code of Conduct



Supervision of staff

Supervision of staff

Discipline/Performance Review: Delivering…

Triggers of complaints by staff 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Change Discipline* Performance Appraisal* Management Style* Mental Health* Meta-labour Relations

Supervision: Potential Complaints To: Employer Board

To: Tribunals

To: College of Teachers

To: Civil Justice (Lawsuit)

To: Criminal Justice

Alleging:  Harassment

Alleging:  Poor process

Alleging:  Prof. Misconduct  “Failure to supervise”

Alleging:  Injury, loss  Defamation

Alleging:

By: Union

By: Parent/ Teacher  Investigation Dispute Resolution Hearing Discipline

By: Parent

By: Police



Incompetence



Misconduct

By: Employees/union SO Investigation

Discipline Demotion Dismissal

Griev /Arb Lab Rel Bd OHR Tribunal



By: Parent SEAC/SEAB OHR Tribunal

Investigation  Examination for Discovery  Trial (rare) 

Assault  Theft 

Rare Investigation 



Charge



Trial

Typical Complaints: Human Rts or Workplace Harassment

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

http://www.hrto.ca

Allegations of Harassment: Typical Grievances

Allegations of Harassment: Responding with OPC Assistance

Principals do not supervise parents or visitors

ONTARIO REGULATION 437/97 Professional Misconduct TABLE DISCUSSION

Principles of Staff Supervision Be compassionate, fair, and brave Consult with Senior Staff Follow Board Policy Scrupulously Look for win-win situations Give clear notice of expectations Be proactive Keep an open mind Seek first to understand Be prepared Hope for the best; plan for the worst Trade short-term cost for long term benefit Pick your battles Don’t take it personally Aim for joint decision Show respect

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