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Restorative Practices Seminars

In addition to the five days of training provided for school site teams, two additional six-hour seminars are offered. RP 101: Introduction to Restorative Practices is for district or school site employees interested in learning the basics of Restorative Practices in schools in one day with an emphasis on the practical – what they can do on Monday! Participants gain a better picture of how they can implement Restorative Practices in their sphere of influence.

Our long-awaited second seminar is new in 2023-24. RP 201: From ACEs to PACES – Building Restorative Relationships begins with research and implications on lonely, isolated, and disconnected students, outcomes, and how they impact learning. This foundation is connected to building restorative relationships. Educators explore the importance of student-teacher or staff relationships and practical strategies to create relationships with students. Activities are woven into the content. Recommend pre-requisite RP 101: Introduction to Restorative Practices.

RP 101: Introduction to Restorative Practices

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For Educators

RP 201: From ACEs to PACEs -Building Restorative Relationships

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For Educators
  • Are you relieved when certain students are absent?
  • Do you have students who “push your buttons”?
  • Do you find yourself butting heads with the same students day-after-day?

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