IASP is pleased to welcome Nathan Maynard and Brad Weinstein, co-authors of the Washington Post bestseller Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice and creators of BehaviorFlip to our Spring 2020 Conference!
Restorative Practices: A breakdown of implementing Restorative Practices throughout the school focusing on building students up and not tearing them down
- Overview of basic Restorative Practices
- How to start implementation
- How to utilize restorative practices in mediations
Chief Executive Officer
Nathan oversees all aspects of BehaviorFlip and is a seasoned behavior expert that utilizes his vast experience to help make best practices accessible to a global educational landscape. He is a co-author of Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice. Nathan studied Behavioral Neuroscience at Purdue University and has been in the field for over ten years working with at-risk youth populations. He was awarded “Youth Worker of the Year” through dedicating his time with helping underserved and underprivileged youth involved with the juvenile justice system.
Nathan has facilitated restorative practices for over ten years in a wide range of educational settings. He is passionate about addressing the school-to-prison pipeline crisis and closing the achievement gap through implementing trauma-informed behavioral practices. Nathan has expertise in Dialectical Behavioral Coaching, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Youth Development, Restorative Justice, and Trauma-Informed building practices to assist with creating positive school climates.
Chief Innovation Officer
Brad helps keep BehaviorFlip on the cutting edge of behavior management through merging research-based best practices with advanced technology. He is a co-author of Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice. Brad is the creator of @teachergoals, one of the most popular educational accounts in the world on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Brad worked as a Director of Curriculum and Instruction in downtown Indianapolis. He also served as principal for two years on the eastside of Indianapolis. Brad is an award-winning teacher and taught for 11 years, including roles as a coach and STEM department chair. He holds a B.A. in Education from Purdue University, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana Wesleyan University, and completed a Principal Licensure Program from Indiana Wesleyan University.
| 9:30 am
| 10:00 am
Lunch is included if you attend in person.
| 4:45 pm
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- Domain 4: Interventions and Mental Health Services to Develop Social and Life Skills
- Domain 5: School-Wide Practices to Promote Learning
Those who attend in person will receive NASP credit.
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