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Orlando

Harvard Professor, Founder of Think:Kids, Author of The School Discipline Fix

Atlanta

“America’s Educator,” NYTimes Bestselling Author, Disney’s American Teacher of the Year

Orlando & Las Vegas

District Director of Student Support, National Speaker & Consultant

Orlando, Atlanta & San Antonio

Supportive Discipline Innovator, Creator of Responsibility-Centered Discipline

Atlanta & Las Vegas

School Turnaround Specialist, Author of Closing the Attitude Gap

Orlando, Atlanta, Las Vegas & San Antonio

International Speaker, Award-Winning Author & Consultant

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We're bringing the Innovative Schools Summit to you!

June 26- 28

Keynotes by Gerry Brooks, Baruti Kafele, Dr. Tracey Severns and more
+ Your Choice of 18 Breakout Sessions

Held June 26-28, 2020, the Innovative Schools 3-Day Virtual Summit will feature a diverse lineup of nationally recognized speakers and authors and real-world educators sharing insights on how to successfully return to school post COVID-19.

Featuring Keynotes from Gerry Brooks, Baruti Kafele, Dr. Tracey Severns, Steph Jensen and Robert Jackson and 18 unique Breakout Sessions, this 3-day Virtual Summit will prepare you to face the unique challenges of returning to school post-pandemic with a particular focus on how to address the needs of at-risk and traumatized students. 

What to Expect at the Innovative Schools Summit?

What Do Educators Have to Say about the Summit?

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The School Discipline Conference is held as part of the Innovative Schools Summit. The Summit assembles internationally recognized innovators together with practicing educators and consultants who are currently finding success with cutting-edge best practices and research-based methodologies in education. These multi-day events provide an opportunity for counselors, teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students PK-12. In 2020, the Summit will be hosted in four great locations (AtlantaLas Vegas, Orlando San Antonio), each covering 5 topic-specific National Conferences – providing a unique opportunity for attendees to learn key insights from a broad spectrum of experts and colleagues from around the country

School Discipline Conference

Moving Forward with School Discipline

The discussion around school discipline can be polarizing.  On one hand, advocacy groups and those committed to fairness are rightly disturbed that minority students are often expelled at three to four times the rate of their white peers.  On the other hand, teachers and parents are deeply concerned about creating an out-of-control, even unsafe, environment where students can do as they please – without any real concern for consequences.

But almost everyone agrees that students need to be in class in order to succeed academically, and that suspensions and expulsions should be as rare as possible.  And almost everyone agrees that student and educator safety should be top priority.

In recent years, many schools have moved away from “zero tolerance” policies and begun implementing programs such as progressive discipline, restorative practices, Positive Behavior Interventions & Support, Responsibility-Centered Discipline, Safe & Civil Schools, Conscious Discipline and other alternative methodologies.  But which of these systems actually work? And how can they be successfully implemented?

“Zero tolerance” policies are a lot easier to implement than creating a culture where students feel safe and engaged, and in the rare cases where students fall short of expectations, educators have a fair and constructive process to handle the situation.

The School Discipline Conference provides a forum where educators can gather information on various approaches and philosophies. It is a must-attend gathering for educators focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to behavior intervention and classroom management. 

Featured Topics:

  • Exemplary Research-Based Programs
  • Supportive, Non-Exclusionary Disciplinary Practices
  • Common Mistakes Teachers Make with Classroom Control
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Applying Positive Behavior Interventions
  • Keys to Working with Minority Students
  • How to Handle Particularly Challenging Discipline Moments

The Innovative Schools Podcast features conversations with authors, researchers, consultants and nationally-recognized speakers & educators who will be presenting at upcoming Innovative Schools Summits.

These conversations also include discussions on student mental and behavioral health, classroom behavior, school climate & culture, innovative teaching methods, student safety and more.

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