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OCTEO Fall 2018 Conference
Thursday 10:00 AM Breakout Sessions I

Addressing Culture and Climate through Restorative Practices Scioto A
Darrell Yater, Northwest Local School District (Cincinnati)
In this session, participants will follow the journey of a district who utilized Restorative Practices as a common language of culture and climate. Throughout that journey, comprehensive wrap around services and staff support aligned to Restorative Practices provide a framework and paradigm for systemic change.

The Whole Child: Schools at the Intersection of Education and Health Olentangy A
Kevin Lorson, Wright State University
Central to our future success is the ability to develop educated and healthy students. The Ohio Department of Education Strategic Plan recognized this by prioritizing the Whole Child. Schools and communities seek opportunities to connect and maximize resources to educate and support the development of the Whole Child. The purpose of this presentation is to present a framework and process connect strategic planning, components and delivery models to support students. The purpose of this presentation is to share a framework and process to provide an integrated system of student supports. We will share how we are engaging schools in a process to create Whole Child Advisory Councils to assess needs, identify priorities, develop a plan to implement programs and services, and methods to measure successful supports for students, families, and educators.

The Biologic Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences Olentangy B
Robert Shapiro, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Participants will learn how ACEs impact the developing child’s brain development and health. ACEs include stressful experiences during the first 18 years of life including abuse, neglect, exposure to violence and other unpredictable and recurrent stressful experiences. ACEs can cause significant learning challenges and behaviors that result in disciplinary action.

Emerging Issues in School Safety- What we may have missed while focusing on active shooter response Ohio A
Amanda Klinger, The Educator's School Safety Network


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