Beyond the Infraction®
Welcome to Beyond the Infraction®, a simple but powerful intervention
program for elementary and secondary-level students that takes them beyond the
infraction and toward the goal of learning from poor choices. These
infraction-specific tools were created at the request of educators by
"As a former practitioner, I always wanted each encounter with
discipline to be a learning experience. These tools have that potential.
I like the structure very much."
Mary Anne Hoppe
Assistant Director Leadership Academy in Character Education University
of Missouri - St. Louis
Access is limited to schools that 1) have a current Project Wisdom Educator
Resource Site 2.0 (ERS) subscription and 2) have paid the one-time fee for
online access to Beyond the Infraction®. Access to elementary and secondary-level worksheets are included with each purchase.
About the Program
The Latin root
of the word discipline is disciplina, which means "instruction given." Every encounter with
students has the potential for teaching and learning. This is especially so with encounters made during the discipline
process. Interactions with students can be particularly fruitful when students are allowed to consider choices and consequences
and make the connection between cause and effect.
At the request of educators, Project Wisdom created these simple but powerful intervention tools that take students
Beyond the Infraction® and toward the goal of learning from poor choices. Administrators and counselors can employ
these tools to initiate conversations with students involved in the discipline process, place the worksheets and notes
into student files, and use them as communication tools with teachers and parents.
To avoid overexposure, the developers of these intervention tools strongly recommend that they not be used for individual
classroom management. Access should be limited to principals, assistant principals, counselors, and disciplinarians.
Before you begin, read Beyond the Infraction® Introduction.
Click on either link
below to access materials.
If your campus has not purchased access to these tools,
for information about how to do so.