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OCTEO Fall 2018 Conference
Thursday 3:00 PM Breakout Sessions IV

Impacting School Culture and Climate through Culturally Responsive Professional Learning Communities Scioto B
Rochonda L. Nenonene, University of Dayton
Novea McIntosh, University of Dayton
Pamela Cross Young, University of Dayton
A presentation detailing the work of two researchers facilitating culturally responsive teaching strategies through professional learning communities aimed at developing and strengthening teacher practice in high needs urban settings.

The Impact of Exclusive, Inclusive, and Ambiguous School Security Measures on Student-Related Outcomes Olentangy A
Ryan Kapa, The Ohio State University
An exploration of school security measures and their impact on student-related outcomes, such as extracurricular activity participation, perception of drug availability, and academic achievement.

Inclusive Teacher Education: Preparing Educators Who Create Climates Conducive to Learning for ALL Children (An Ohio Deans Compact Presentation) Olentangy B
Dottie Erb, Marietta College
Karen Koehler, Shawnee State University
Mary Murray, Bowling Green State University
Mark Seals, Bowling Green State University
Rae White, Muskingum University
The development of inclusive teacher education programs and innovative P20 partnerships prepares educators to create safe school climates conducive to deeper learning for every child.

Promoting Resiliency and Community in a Purpose Driven School Ohio A
Martha S. Hendricks, Wilmington College
Kimberly Mack, Cincinnati Public Schools
Urban, high poverty, high minority John P. Parker has undergone a total transformation in the last ten years. The principal and community member discuss the strategies and steps to promote the health and resiliency of students and parents.

Using Psycho-social Intake Assessments to Improve School Climate Ohio B
David Leitch, Cedarville University
Psycho-social assessments have been used on an intake basis in many alternative settings. This presentation discusses their possible broader use to promote a more positive school climate in a traditional K-12 environment.


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