Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Kevin Curtis is an experienced classroom teacher and school administrator with many years of experience addressing difficult, disruptive student behaviors at the classroom and building level. He played a key role in developing a whole school restorative discipline program as an alternative method for managing disruptive behavior that is now regarded as a model throughout his state. Well-regarded for his firsthand experience with restorative practices and his engaging presentation style, Kevin is a sought-after presenter for educators seeking ideas that are both practical and proven for addressing difficult and disruptive behaviors in a manner that restores relationships and reduces future misbehaviors.

Kevin is the author of Restorative Practices in the Classroom: Powerful Classroom Strategies that Build Better Relationships and Manage Student Behavior More Effectively, the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar. Join Kevin for this practical, common sense approach to developing a discipline program that will transform your classroom and the lives of your students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Kevin’s seminar deserves a standing ovation. I laughed, I cried and I left excited with new strategies to use in my classroom.”
Celia Bowser, H.S. Math Teacher

“Kevin knows and believes in the restorative practices process and has the experience to relate it to our needs in public education. A very worthwhile seminar!”
Tim Zumbrun, Teacher/Dean

“I obtained valuable strategies from Kevin’s seminar. This has been one of the most useful of all the seminars I have attended.”
Audrey Roalofs, 10th Grade Teacher

“Kevin did a tremendous job! Kevin’s ideas were great and he kept the day moving.”
Mike Love, Asst. Principal

“Kevin’s seminar was outstanding, outstanding, outstanding!”
George Henderson, Asst. Principal