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Restorative Practices Forum - Administrators

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Join us on a journey of two districts and their implementation of restorative practices. This is an opportunity for administrators to hear from other administrators, teachers, parents, and students about their restorative practices experiences. Come and see how they creatively and intentionally weave restorative practices into their district implementation plans, disciplinary policies, and practices. The districts will share their triumphs, struggles, strategies, and tools. Numerous resources will be shared.
 

 

Restorative Practices Forum
Administrators’ Restorative and Disciplinary Practices Agenda

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Time Event Presenter(s)
8:30-8:45
Welcome and Introductions
Lisette Spraggins
8:45 -9:45
Dr. Q
9:45 - 10:00
Break
 
10:00 - 12:00
Dr. Melissa Leigh,
Dr. Travita Godfrey
12:00 - 12:30
Q & A
 
12:30 - 1:00
LUNCH
 
1:00 - 3:00
Dr. Antoinette Mathews
3:00 - 3:20
Q & A
 
3: 20 - 3:30
Closing
 
 
 

 

Meet the Presenters

 

Session 1

 

Quentin Woods, Ed.D. 

 

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Effectively Implementing Restorative Practices
 
Session Description
Participants will learn the best practices while avoiding some pitfalls in order to effectively implement Restorative Practices.
 

Biography

Dr Q is a 24-year veteran of Texas public schools. He started off as a teacher and coach and moved his way into administration. Dr Q has held both campus and district level leadership positions, and he has worked in a variety of districts ranging from 6A urban to 3A rural.

 

 

 


 

Session 2

Humble ISD:

Dr. Melissa Leigh
Dr. Travita Godfrey

 

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Humble Independent School District

Hear from a team of school district administrators from Humble ISD, including Dr. Melissa
Leigh, Dr. Travita Godfrey, who will share how they implemented restorative practices into their district implementation plans and disciplinary policies.

 

 

 
 

 

 
Session 3

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Dr. Antionette Mathews

Lancaster ISD

 

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Administrator's Journey Implementing Restorative Practices at DAEP
Are you thinking about implementing restorative practices at your DAEP? This session will outline one administrator's journey implementing restorative practices on her campus. This session walk you through implementation considerations, steps for implementing, and provide parent, student, and teacher perspectives. Hear lessons learned as well as tips and tricks for a successful implementation.
 

Biography
Dr. Antionette Mathews has made it her life's mission to assist teachers in understanding the influence they have on the learning environment and student learning experiences. Dr. Mathews has more than 20 years of educational experience serving in the following areas: classroom teacher, Master Teacher, Science Specialist, Assistant Principal, Director of STEM, Director of Professional Learning, and Principal. She holds a Doctorate of Education with a specialization in adult education from Capella University. Dr. Mathews is driven by providing and ensuring equity in innovative educational experiences for all students.
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
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