Restorative Practices

"Restorative practices is a social science that integrates developments from a variety of disciplines and fields — including education, psychology, social work, criminology, sociology, organizational development and leadership — in order to build healthy communities, increase social capital, decrease crime and antisocial behavior, repair harm and restore relationships." Wikipedia


Restorative Practices Training Samples

CircleUp Education (5 day Training)
"The Cultivating Restorative Communities Training Series is an intensive training that combines academic theory and experiential learning to provide a solid foundation of the principles, practices and history of Restorative Practices and Restorative Justice. Participants will leave this training with the necessary frameworks, tools and skills to confidently design and facilitate comprehensive Restorative Practices and Approaches in order to positively impact their community. Below are some of the challenges that this training will address:"

"YOU CAN BUILD STRONG RELATIONSHIPS IN THE CLASSROOM AND SOLVE ISSUES AT THEIR ROOTS SO YOU WILL HAVE MORE TIME FOR TEACHING AND LESS TIME SPENT MANAGING BEHAVIOR.  
The tangible benefits you will experience when implementing restorative practices are:
  • Improved job satisfaction
  • Enhanced relationships with students
  • Behavior issues and challenging repeat behavior significantly diminish
  • Decreased referrals to the principal’s office
  • Suspension rates fall below the national average
  • Test scores rise when students stay in the classroom, rather than suspended and at home
  • Students feel valued, happier, engaged, and ready to learn
  • Character and empathy enhancement and development
  • Students become internally motivated, depending less on external rewards
  • More time and energy for teaching!"




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