REGISTER NOW! JOIN HUNDREDS OF EDUCATORS FOR SCHOOL DISCIPLINE CONFERENCE VEGAS, ATLANTA OR NIAGARA FALLS.
Larry Thompson says students are often looking – consciously or unconsciously – to take the “exit ramp” off the road to responsibility.
Passionate about reforming school discipline and teaching students to “own” their actions, Larry believes that addressing behavior with consequences is “too easy on the kids.”
Larry is creator of the Responsibility-Centered Discipline program that is now being implemented in schools throughout North America and author of Roadmap to Responsibility. He will deliver a keynote presentation, as well as a breakout session, at the School Discipline Conferences in Las Vegas, Atlanta and Niagara Falls.
The School Discipline Conference will be a must-attend gathering for principals, deans, behavior specialists, teachers, social workers, counselors and who are focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to the arena of behavior intervention and classroom management.
Dr. Harry Wong and his wife and co-author, Dr. Rosemary Wong have prepared millions of young teachers for success at school. According to Harry Wong, the key to “classroom management” as opposed to classroom discipline is implementing procedures from the very first day of school.
Dr. Rosemary Wong is a former elementary school teacher whose lifetime focus has been improving academic success rates by enhancing the classroom management skills of teachers. She believes that how a child is greeted each morning is pivotal to creating a positive environment within the classroom.
Dr. Harry Wong has been recognized as one of the most admired people in education. The Wongs will present the opening keynote at the School Discipline Conference in Atlanta and Niagara Falls. Their book, The First Days of School, has sold nearly 4 million copies and the companion book, THE Classroom Management Book, was released in 2014.
With locations this year in Las Vegas, Atlanta and Niagara Falls, Ontario the School Discipline Conference will be a must-attend gathering for principals, deans, behavior specialists, teachers, social workers, counselors and who are focused on improving academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research to the arena of behavior intervention and classroom management.
The inaugural NextGen School Safety Conference is coming to Atlanta June 29th. Register now to hear speakers like Larry Wilson, Vaughn Baker, Major Loyd Stewart, Dr. Shaheen Shariff and Rick Shaw. With access to the full Innovative Schools Conference including the Girl Bullying Conference, the School Discipline Conference and the Wired Differently Conference many session options are available. Featured school safety sessions include:
Understanding the Underlying Causes of 90 Percent of All Unintentional School Injuries
When Lockdown Fails: Active Shooter Response for School Personnel
Major Loyd Stewart
Professional Partnerships: The Building Blocks for School Security
Student Liabilities: Addressing Your Biggest Threat (to Your Students, Reputation & Bottom Line)
Dr. Harry Wong & Dr. Rosemary Wong
What Works? Prevention, Not Intervention
Dr. Shaheen Shariff
Sexting and Cyberbullying: Defining the Line for Digitally Empowered Kids and Young Adults
Dr. Greg Richards
Practical Applications of Adolescent Brain Research to Improve School Safety and Culture
Dr. Steve Hutton
What Does the Brain Have to Do with School Safety Anyway?
Hunter Visser & Mike Shaw
CASE STUDY: Teaching Critical Error Reduction Techniques and Critical Thinking Skills to High School Students
Applying Crisis Intervention (CIT) & Criminal Profiling Tools to Stop Youth Violence
Dr. Ned Hallowell
Learning Differences, the Mind of the Entrepreneur
Major Loyd Stewart
Are You Ready for a Crisis?
Critical Error Reduction Techniques that Drive Student & Staff Safety
Bomb Threat Protocols for Schools
Dr. Shaheen Shariff
Defining the Lines on Cyberbullying
How to Help Children and Adolescents Who Self-Injure Using Creative Media
WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students)
Lessons Learned from Sandy Hook: Key Insights Every Educator Needs to Know About Student Safety
Behavior Pattern Recognition for School Violence
Putting Your Passion to Work
See My Pain: Helping Young People Who Self-Injure
The NextGen School Safety Conference will focus on steps schools can take to prevent events such as the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, but will also address steps that can be taken to prevent more common incidents such as a student being assaulted, a teacher incurring a back injury, or a bus driver being involved in a collision.