Introduction to Restorative Circles: The Basics

intro to restorative circles
Length: 1 Hour
Recommended Pre-Requisite: None

Whether building community culture, restoring relationship after harm, or delivering content, Restorative Circles are a fundamental tool used in the restorative process. A key principle in Restorative Practices is having a school community and environment to which students want to be restored. Restorative Circles are a well-known method used to build school culture, address harm caused in a school community, and convey content in a way that builds socio-emotional skills, empathy, and students conscious of the school environment and community.

Educators will learn the basics of running a Restorative Circle in a classroom setting, develop and keep circle guidelines, and explore the importance of circle structure and methods. Proactive Circle. Workshop Length: 1 hour

  • 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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