2017 TEXRP State Conference

October 23rd & 24th – Arlington Convention Center

A 2-day restorative conference changing the way educators view discipline

Who Should Attend: The 2017 TEXRP State Conference is a must-attend gathering for superintendents, school leaders, principals, assistant principals, counselors, deans, teachers, students, student resource officers, parents and community members – your entire village is welcome!

Available Tracks:  The bulk of the conference is made up of customized breakout sessions for you to choose from and create your own schedule with a Traditional Track.

There will also be a Training Track opportunity offering a more guided experience and a chance to earn a certification.  (Limited to the first 50 participants to enroll.)

Description of the Conference

The use of Restorative Practices is a modern approach that is quickly gaining traction across the state of Texas.  Educators in the classroom are looking for effective ways to improve student behaviors and build relationships with millennial learners.  Administrators are looking for alternative strategies to the ineffective and archaic approaches of traditional discipline, but are not willing to give up the concept that students must learn a lesson, be held accountable for their actions, and receive some type of consequence in order for change to take place.  What better way than to experience Restorative Practices than a first-hand curate experience by educators for educators?  This unparalleled approach to developing an educators conference allows the TEXRP State Conference to assemble experienced educators from across the state and country to provide a forum where educators can:

EXPERIENCE THE FLIP on how to use Restorative Practices to take Discipline Outside the Box!

DISCOVER relational strategies that are EFFECTIVE.

ENGAGE in the proactive tools that are making a difference in hundreds of classrooms

across the state.

REFLECT with authentic educators that are struggling with our current mindset of school

discipline.

DISCERN how to respond to student discipline issues with a differentiated approach to

discipline.

Click to View Featured Topics at the TEXRP State Conference

Introduction into Restorative Practices

Restorative Practices in the Elementary Classrooms

Restorative Practices in the Early Childhood Classrooms

Restorative Practices in the Secondary Classrooms

Leading with a Restorative Mindset for Administrators

The DAEP Restorative Model

Developing Relationship Circles in the Classroom

Developing Content and Curricula Circles in the Classroom

Developing Circles in Collaboration

Students Leading Students in Restorative Practices

Relationship Agreements as Social Compacts in the Classroom

Coordinating Restorative Practices on Your Campus/District

Restorative Policing for SRO’s

Resolving Conflict and Confrontation with a Restorative Mindset

Tier II & III Strategies in a Restorative Model

Integrating PBIS and Restorative Practices

Implicit Bias in our Schools

Differentiated Discipline as a Modern Discipline Model

Next Steps for Success for Schools that are Currently in the RP Model

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Sponsored by TASSP

Hotel Rooms

Sheraton Arlington Hotel

1500 Convention Center Drive

Arlington, TX 76011

Book a room at our reduced rate


Registration 

2017 TEXRP State Conference

Monday & Tuesday, October 23 & 24, 2017 – 8:00 am – 4:30 pm both days

Arlington Convention Center, 1200 Ballpark Way, Arlington, TX 76011

$375/registrant

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Exhibitors & Sponsors

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