Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively , English Turn Golf Course, Thursday, 25. July 2019

Cost includes:

Attendance for both days of training and materials
Two night stay at The Maison Orleans hotel in downtown New Orleans
Breakfast, Lunch, and snacks on both days
Round trip ground transportation to English Turn Golf Course from The Maison Orleans hotel

About The Training:
Restorative Practices are a continuum of research-based informal and formal strategies to develop community in schools where adults do things with youth rather than to or for them. As a prevention and intervention approach to discipline, restorative practices provide an alternative to suspension and can integrate into a school’s multi-tiered system of behavioral supports. Come and learn more about this alternative approach to discipline featured on Van Jones’s “The Redemption Project” (CNN) and Wyatt Cenac’s “Problem Areas” (HBO).
Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices 
Learn practical strategies to build strong, healthy relationships and community Learn to use affective statements and questions for impromptu restorative conversations (no prerequisite)
Day 2: Using Circles Effectively (Note: Day 1 is a prerequisite for this training)
Discover how to optimally utilize circles for community building, social-emotional development, problem solving, and academics. You will leave with a set of lesson plans to get started with Circles at your school right away!!! 

This training will be led by an International Institute of Restorative Practices (IIRP) Licensed Trainer. Training content supports LDOE Students at the Center Lever priority and is intended for youth-serving professionals in school and community settings. (This two-day training is a prerequisite for the IIRP Formal Restorative Conference training).

Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

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