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Restorative Discipline Practices (RDP) Forum



Traditionally, exclusionary practices such as suspension and expulsion, have been utilized to address disciplinary issues in schools. These practices have been proven to negatively impact student achievement and social-emotional learning. In addition, exclusionary practices adversely influence school culture and climate.

Due to the need for alternatives to suspension and expulsion, the use of restorative discipline practices and strategies are spreading across the field of education at the state and national levels. Restorative discipline focuses on developing relationships, strengthening relationships, repairing harm, and increasing accountability.

Join us for a one-day symposium with state and national experts as we 1) Explore alternatives to exclusionary discipline practices and improve relationships, 2) Learn about the implementation and evaluation of restorative discipline practices, and 3) Learn ways to integrate restorative discipline into a multi-tiered system of support.



Important Session Information:




T-TESS/T-PESS:
Dimension 1.3: Knowledge of Students, Dimension 3.1: Classroom Environment, Routines and Procedures, Dimension 3.2: Managing Student Behavior, Dimension 3.3: Classroom Culture, Dimension 4.4: School Community Involvement; Standard 4 - School Culture

Registration for this session has ended
Session ID:
1402741
Credits Available:
(6) Clock Hours
(6) CPE
Contact Person:
Amanda Galvan
Registration Fee:
$120.00
Instructor(s):
Ali Hearn, Stephanie Martinez, Anna Winneker, Therese Sandomierski, Gaye Lang, Gaye Lang

Audience:
Campus/District Administrators, Counselors, Licensed Specialists in School Psychology, Special Education Administrators, Supervisors/Coordinators
Date Time Location
3/19/2019 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Region 4 ESC McKinney Conference Center - MCC 101, MCC 201, MCC 203, MCC 205, MCC 207, MCC 208
7200 Northwest 100 Drive, Houston, 77092



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