Safe and Secure Schools - Response to Threats and Violence

Date
Dec. 5, 2017
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Radisson Hotel and Conference Center
605 E. Broadway Ave.
Bismarck ND, 58501

The workshop is K-12 and includes electronic copies of template documents and a copy of the national bestseller Safe and Secure Schools - 27 Strategies for Prevention and Intervention

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Restorative Classroom Management - Doing What Works

Date
Jan. 8, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
7979 Willow Chase Boulevard
Houston TX, 77070

This interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:

- Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
- Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
- Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the
school community
- Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of
Bloom's Taxonomy
- Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support
the practice throughout the school community

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Restorative Classroom Management - Doing What Works

Date
Jan. 9, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn
6717 S. Padre Island Drive
Corpus Christi TX, 78412

This interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:

- Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
- Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
- Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the
school community
- Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of
Bloom's Taxonomy
- Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support
the practice throughout the school community

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Restorative Classroom Management - Doing What Works

Date
Jan. 10, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hilton Garden Inn (Airport)
12828 San Pedro Avenue
San Antonio TX, 78216

This interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:

- Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
- Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
- Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the
school community
- Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of
Bloom's Taxonomy
- Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support
the practice throughout the school community

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Restorative Classroom Management - Doing What Works

Date
Jan. 11, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Wyndham Garden Austin
3401 S. IH 35 Frontage Road
Austin TX, 78741

This interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:

- Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
- Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
- Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the
school community
- Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of
Bloom's Taxonomy
- Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support
the practice throughout the school community

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Restorative Classroom Management - Doing What Works

Date
Jan. 12, 2018
Time
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Holiday Inn Dallas DFW Airport
3005 Airport Freeway
Bedford TX, 76021

This interactive workshop “Doing What Works: Restorative Practices, Relationships, and Managing Student Behaviors” is designed to provide teachers, counselors, social workers, and administrators with strategies and resource materials that support the following objectives:

- Understanding the differences between traditional and restorative discipline
- Applying classroom management practices that facilitate a restorative environment
- Building relationships that support civility and mutual respect in both the classroom and throughout the
school community
- Applying the principles of restorative practices in academic lessons while teaching at the highest levels of
Bloom's Taxonomy
- Applying the format of restorative relationships to departmental and faculty meetings to model and support
the practice throughout the school community

Register for event