Watch Larry Thompson describe elements of the “Response-ability Process.”

Every school leader wants a supportive culture where students take responsibility for their actions — a positive culture that will enhance academic progress and create a safer school. Through his experience as a teacher and as an administrator, Keynote Speaker Larry Thompson found behavioral scaffolding techniques to be useful in guiding students toward developing alternative or new positive behaviors.

Watch Larry Thompson describe elements of the “Response-ability Process.”

Author of Roadmap to Responsibility, Larry Thompson will deliver a Keynote presentation in at the School Climate & Culture Forum during the Innovative Schools Summit Las Vegas.

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    “There’s good wifi and okay reception at the cabin,” she’d told me, “but you can’t get there unless you know the way.”
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    So here I was, driving alone in the middle of god knows where with a girl who was my student just a couple of weeks ago. Her and her four best friends had been together from first grade all the way through high school and now they had graduated with very different futures ahead of them. They had decided to kick off “the best summer ever” with a week long stay at Alexis’s family cabin. Alexis and I were heading up before everyone else, the four other girls and four guys.

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