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INTERNET JOURNAL OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

http://www.rj4all.info/content/IJRJ

ISSN (online): 2056-2985 | IJRJ@rj4all.info

The co-Editor of the Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ), Dr. Theo Gavrielides, is currently recruiting new reviewers to carry out double blind review for the Journal.

About the journal

The Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ) is a double-blind peer reviewed journal with a unique practical approach to researching and investigating restorative justice.

IJRJ' primary aim is to publish scholarly and peer-reviewed articles of the highest standard from many areas of expertise including restorative practices in schools, neighbourhoods, organizations and businesses, family matters and (youth) care, restorative justice in the criminal and juvenile justice system, restorative justice in prison settings and restorative aftercare. IJRJ’s aims include:

  • Inform and influence social justice policy at national and international levels
  • Enable those with limited resources to freely access scholarly and peer-reviewed articles on restorative justice including students, practitioners, and the public
  • Push the barriers of restorative justice and challenge conventional approaches
  • Enable junior researchers to publish alongside leading names in restorative justice, and encourage a dialogue between various generations of academics
  • Increase awareness of the restorative justice concept and help address misconceptions about its potential and limitations.

Who are we looking for?

Individuals with an academic qualitative or quantitative research background who have an interest in restorative justice. Previous publishing experience is desirable.

Why become a reviewer?

  • This is a great opportunity to become involved with journals which are vital for everyone involved in youth matters internationally.
  • You can download for free all articles published during the year you serve as a reviewer.

How to apply

If you are interested in becoming a reviewer please send a copy of your CV to the Editor Dr. Theo Gavrielides T.Gavrielides@rj4all.info

Best wishes,

The Editorial Team

Iro Michael, Editorial assistant – ijrj@rj4all.info

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MIKE REVELL, Ed.D.
Mdrevell@gmail.com Linkedin.com/in/1former

Education Leadership, Bowie State University, 2016
New Leaders, Baltimore, MD 2015
Masters of Arts in Education, George Washington University 1999
Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Frostburg State University 1997

Professional Experience

School Support Liaison & Acting Facilitator
Baltimore City Schools, Baltimore, Maryland 12-17

• Increased student attendance rate of 94.2%, which is above BCPS average of 90% SY15
• Increased attendance of SWD by 21% to 93% in SY15
• Declined chronic absence rates by 3% to 20% for SY14 & 13.6% in SY15.
• Declined the suspension rate from 6.46% to 5.58% in SY15
• Schools in my portfolio were removed from the MSDE Persistently Dangerous list
• Schools in my portfolio were recognized for Most Improved in Attendance SY13-14
Assistant Principal of Intervention
Sousa Middle, District of Columbia Public School; Washington, DC 09-12

• Increased 7th grade reading achievement by 12% through guided reading.
• Increased parent satisfaction ratings by 15% through targeted outreach
• Decreased the suspension rate to below 3% of the student body.

Special Education Specialist
District of Columbia Public School; Washington, DC

08-09

• Supported AREA Special Education Coordinators
• Liaison with teachers, service providers, parents & in developing, & monitoring IEPs.
• Analyze qualitative and quantitative data & composed reports

Special Education Coordinator 07-08
District of Columbia Public School; Washington, DC
• Reduced parent complaints by 81% through resolutions.
• Established compliance of outstanding HODs, SAs and all IEP.
Adjunct Professor 01-07
Prince George’s Community College; Largo, MD
• Facilitated diagnostic instruction in Reading Comprehension
Special Educator 01-07
District of Columbia Public Schools; Washington, DC

• Provided psycho-educational instruction resulting in up to 15% gains in reading.
• After School Coordinator for M.C.Terrell School
Adult Education Administrator
Montgomery County Public Schools; Maryland

99-01

• Coordinated programs & services for ABE, Pre-GED, and GED & ESOL.

Performance Assessor Consultant
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

99-00

Applied diagnostic analysis to holistically assess teacher’s capabilities.

Long Term Substitute Teacher
Prince George’s County Public Schools; Maryland

98-99

Provided instruction and supported school functions

Technical Support Intern
The Executive Office of the President; Washington, DC
• Prepared reports, plans, correspondences and maintained agency’s database.

94-96

Professional Service
• Association for Supervision and Curriculum
• American Educational Research Association
• The National Society of Leadership and Success
• Council for Exceptional Children
• World Future Society
• Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc
Presentation

“Trauma Responsive Teaching Practices: (August 2017): New Teacher Support Institute, BCPS
“Using Portable Electronic Devices in Classroom” (August 2017): Presented to Baltimore Design
“Restorative Practices Foundations” (January 2017): Presented to Eutaw Marshburn School, BCPS
“Trauma Responsive Practices” (January 2017): Network 3 Principals, BCPS
“Trauma Responsive Practices” (December 2016): Network 3 Principals, BCPS
“Trauma Responsive Practices” (October 2016): Network 3 Principals, BCPS
“Responsive Attendance Practices” (October 2016) Network 3, BCPS
“Restorative Practices Foundations” (September 2016): Presented to Garrett Heights School, BCPS
“Restorative Practices Foundations” (September 2016): Presented to Woodhome School, BCPS
“Culturally Responsive Techniques” (September 2015): BLYW, BCPS
“Culturally Responsive Techniques” (October 2015): Dallas F. Nicholas Elementary School, BCPS
“Culturally Responsive Techniques” (October 2015): Woodhome Elementary School, BCPS
“Culturally Responsive Techniques” (December 2015): Presented at the PDC to BCPS Teachers
“Culturally Responsive Techniques” (December 2015): Chief Perry of School Supports, BCPS
“Responsive Attendance Practices” (September 2012 & 2014) Network 8, BCPS
“Positive Behavioral Interventions” (October 2009): Sousa Middle School;
“Positive Behavioral Interventions” (December 2009): The George Washington University;

Publications

References

Dr. E. Garnett, Director of Climate, BCPS (443) 984-2000: EGarnett@bcps.k12.md.us
Lisa Smith, BCPS Facilitator (443) 794-9987: LMSmith01@bcps.k12.md.us
Amanda Ellison, Director SSOS (443) 642-4605: Aellison@bcps.k12.md.us
Pamela Smith, BCPS Supervisor (410) 396-6509: PSmith01@bcps.k12.md.us Clarence Humes, DCPS Principal (202) 729-3260: Clarence.Humes@dc.gov