Explore the transformative world of school discipline with the latest episode, “The 4 Pillars of a Trauma Responsive ISS,” featuring the insightful Johnathan Cranford. We unravel the inefficiencies of traditional In-School Suspension (ISS) programs and explore the blueprint for a successful academic and trauma responsive ISS room. Join us as we delve into trauma-informed strategies within ISS, providing practical insights for fostering a supportive environment. We also unveiled the launch of “The Art of In-School Suspension,” a cutting-edge Digital PD Course designed to revolutionize your approach to ISS. Tune in for a dynamic conversation that promises to reshape your perspective on disciplinary practices in your school!
In this Episode, we also discuss:
- Effective practices to collaborate with staff
- Goals to increase student academics in ISS
- And Johnathan’s The Art of In-School-Suspension book
About Johnathan Cranford
Johnathan has seven years of experience as a special education teacher at a therapeutic campus for students with emotional disturbance and five more years as an in-school suspension teacher. After discovering how in-school suspension programs are failing to meet the needs of our most at-risk students, Johnathan created a trauma-informed in-school suspension program to address the current disciplinary, academic, and restorative requirements of our student populations. After successfully establishing ISS programs on multiple campuses, he made the decision to create a roadmap for others to follow in his latest book The Art of In-School Suspension.
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