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Wednesday, July 26 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Restorative Practices Within a Multi-Tiered System of Support Framework

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Restorative Practices focus on keeping students IN school learning, rather than removing them for suspension or expulsion. This workshop will provide an overview of the Restorative Practices continuum of strategies within a multi-tiered system (MTSS) framework that build community, social-emotional competence, and keep students accountable. Implementation exemplars at the site and district level will be presented by local KDS sites.

Outcomes:  
(1) Develop a rationale for integrating Restorative Practices within a Multi-tiered System of Support.
(2) Identify and demonstrate basic Restorative Practices along a continuum of support.(3) Review research supporting implementation of Restorative Practices.
(3) Share practical implementation strategies at the site and district level.



Speakers
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Dori Barnett

Coordinator, PBIS/MTSS, Orange County Dept of Education
Dori Barnett, Ed.D. is a school psychologist and program coordinator for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) with the Orange County Department of Education. Dr. Barnett has over two decades of experience working with at-risk youth in alternative, general ed., and... Read More →
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Sara Coley

TOSA, Huntington Beach Union High School District
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Arthur Cummins

Director, Student Services, Garden Grove Unified School District
DR. ARTHUR A. CUMMINS currently serves at the Director of Student Services for the Garden Grove Unified School District. In the past two years he has successfully implemented PBIS and Restorative Practice programming to reduce matters of suspension/expulsion and disproportionali... Read More →


Wednesday July 26, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Emerald Bay II