Restorative Practices for Educators

In-Person Training

Restorative Practices helps us to build healthy relationships by identifying core values and establishing consensus around how we relate to one another. Restorative Practices provides a process for effective communication, establishing healthy boundaries, taking responsibility, solving conflict, healing when harm has occurred, and creating accountability for self and others.

In this 6-hour session, participants will first learn about what Restorative Practices is and is not, followed by why Restorative Practices is a proactive and reactive tool that campuses should have in their intervention toolbox. Participants will also learn how to facilitate the restorative process and implement foundational structures from a systems perspective, regardless if your system is one classroom, an entire grade level, or the whole campus.

Dates/locations will be available September 2024

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