2022 Discipline Reimagined
Monday, July 18, 2022
- Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Eastern Standard Time
Presented by the Restorative Group in partnership with AMLE
Student’s behavioral and mental health needs have dramatically risen. Educators and parents are observing an increase in regression, dysregulation, and connection-seeking behaviors that are disrupting learning environments and are also contributing to teacher burnout.
Traditional fear and shame-based classroom management and school child-blaming strategies simply will not work to turn these behaviors around. While they sometimes appear to create short term results towards ‘compliance,’ they end up harming the relationships between students and educators and the school climate as a whole.
Instead, this community-driven approach is equity centered and based on applied neuroscience and trauma-informed practices. The model uses powerful but simple strategies to create sustainable results with severe behavior needs that can be used in both the classroom and in the home.