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Strategic Planning for Restorative Discipline

EDUC-916
2 Credits
Online
4.70/5.00
EDUC-916
2 Credits
Online
4.70/5.00
To plan effectively for change, leaders must know where they are, where they want to go and how they will get there. Strategic planning provides a framework to create, adjust, and align the organization's vision and beliefs with identified goals to sustain forward momentum and achieve desired results. The purpose of this course is to support the effective implementation of the Restorative Discipline program. In this two-unit hands-on course, participants will learn and apply planning strategies designed to support implementation, monitoring and sustainablilty of classroom and school-wide Restorative Discipline principles. The course aligns with CE and NBPTS and may be adapted to support short-term and long-term planning needs. The course, applicable across all content areas and grade levels, PK-14, aligns with NCTE and NETS standards and supports current research on factors that positively impact student social-emotional learning academic performance.

NOTE: Required textbook must be acquired separately.

This course is applicable towards the Restorative Strategies for the Classroom Certificate.

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Dr. Mabel Franks

Instructor
Dr. Franks is a CPD instructor at Fresno Pacific University, teaching curriculum courses for K-12 educators and school-wide Restorative Justice practices. She has served more than 35 years in service to students in some of the largest school districts in California. Her research on effective school reform underscores the need to unite the entire school community in a common cause, the education of our children- all our children. Her love for teaching, desire to reach all students and expertise on research-based instructional best practices is reflected in her hands-on, teacher-friendly courses, designed for the K-12 educator who wants to make difference. Dr. Franks also instructs aspiring leaders, facilitates teacher team training and holds workshops on school-wide best instructional practices. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, national business reports and regional news media for her innovative thinking and focus on leadership and student engagement and academic achievement and has received numerous awards at the district, county and regional levels for her dedication as a teacher and leader in schools serving students of poverty and second language learners. She holds a BA in liberal studies, a BS in Commerce/Law, a Masters in leadership and an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership.