Web - Responsibility-Centered Discipline

RCD Leadership
Web Meeting

Free RCD Training to Enhance Implementation

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Keynote + Q&A

Friday, May 1
11:30 am EDT

Friday, May 1
11:30 am EDT

RCD Keynote + Q&A

Larry Thompson &
RCD Master Trainers

11:30 AM - 1:30 pM EDT

Larry Thompson
Creator of Responsibility-Centered Discipline

What to Expect

The RCD Leadership Web Meeting will feature fresh perspectives from RCD Creator Larry Thompson and RCD Master Trainers Eric Clark, Brian Dinkins & Sherri Conrad.

RCD Trainers will speak about: 

  • How to move a student’s brain into the heuristic process
  • Closing the exits students take off the Road to Responsibility
  • How to Handle “Repeat Offenders”
  • How to structure the In-School Solutions Process
  • Prescriptions for Successfully Implementing RCD – and Pitfalls to Avoid


The RCD Leadership Web Meeting will also feature a 1-hour Q&A Session.


RCD schools are seeing dramatic reductions in discipline referrals and suspensions, improved climate and culture, enhanced academic achievement and, perhaps most importantly, reductions in teacher stress and burnout. Designed for Principals, Assistant Principals and RCD Implementation Team members, the RCD Leadership Web Meeting will provide insights and best practices for implementing RCD with fidelity.


Free Access

  • 11:30 am - 12:30 pm - Keynote Session with Larry Thompson
  • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - Q&A with Larry Thompson and RCD Master Trainers
  • An Access Page Link will be included on your Order Confirmation Email after your Registration is submitted.



Larry Thompson, M.Ed.

Author of Roadmap to Responsibility and Give ‘em Five, Larry Thompson, M.Ed., is often called upon to deliver keynote presentations for state and national education conferences because of his knowledge, humor and passion for assisting today’s students. He has helped thousands of educators and schools throughout North America break away from their traditional discipline models to a model that creates a responsible climate and responsible students. Larry has served in a wide variety of roles in education – from special education teacher to alternative and traditional high school principal. As creator of the Responsibility-Centered Discipline program, Larry understands that systems must be created that can be realistically implemented and sustained.


Eric Clark, M.Ed.

Eric Clark is a Certified Master Trainer for Responsibility-Centered Discipline and helped shape the implementation materials for the program. He most recently served as Head of School at a progressive private school in the Midwest. Previously he served as Principal in a public school setting, while also serving at the District Technology Integration Specialist. Eric began his education career teaching English Language Arts, Journalism and Media Communications. Between his other responsibilities, he also launched a thriving publishing company. As an administrator, he has successfully implemented the supportive, non-exclusionary principles of Responsibility-Centered Discipline with elementary, middle and high school faculty and students.

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Brian Dinkins, Ed.S.

Brian Dinkins is an RCD Certified Master Trainer and president of the National Institute for Child Empowerment, an organization that provides parents and students in disenfranchised communities with training, mentoring and advocacy to increase access to college and careers. 

Raised by a single mother in the inner city of Indianapolis, he didn’t perform well academically in high school.  But with the support of teachers, coaches and mentors, he earned a B.A. from Purdue, where he played football for the Big Ten Champion Boilermakers.  He is currently finishing his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at Ball State University. Brian has served as a teacher, coach and principal in urban settings at a traditional public school, two charter schools, and at a faith-based school. He currently teaches educational leadership on an adjunct basis at Marian University.


Sherri Conrad, M.Ed.

Sherri Conrad, M.Ed. has served students in a number of different capacities in her career as an educator.  She served passionately as a classroom teacher at the elementary, middle and high school levels.  She also served as a district curriculum director and reading specialist before accepting the leadership position at an elementary school.  In her role as principal, Sherri and her staff successfully implemented the Responsibility-Centered Discipline program, and enjoyed the process of watching students grow and staff morale improve.   As an RCD Certified Master Trainer, one of Sherri’s greatest joys is to observe students being accountable for their actions while student and teacher relationships are preserved. 

Earn 2.0 Continuing
Education Hours

A Certificate of Completion is available upon completion of the Summit Evaluation Form. AccuTrain is approved to offer 2.0 continuing education contact hours through the National Board of Certified Counselors. AccuTrain’s Developmental Resources Division has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP™ #5602.  Developmental Resources is solely  responsible for all aspects of the program.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to move a student’s brain into the heuristic process
  • Discover the ways students use to avoid taking ownership for their behaviors
  • Implement strategies to encourage students to assume responsibility for their own success
  • Structure the In-School Solutions process to encourage responsibility

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