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1. Restorative Practices for Educators

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: K-12 teachers and administrators, school counselors, mental health practitioners, social workers, school psychologists, and crisis intervention specialists.

Dates: 10/5/2021 to 10/6/2021

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: 302/303

Foster positive classroom and school culture

Facilitated by International Institute of Restorative Practices Consultant

During this two-day introductory online experience, participants will explore fundamental theory and practices for engaging with students, staff and parents in your school setting.

Topics include:
- how to set high expectations while being supportive
- how to provide direct feedback and ask questions that foster accountability
- the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

Individuals will also learn to facilitate circles, an essential process for creating a positive learning environment and school culture. Circles may be used to build social capital, resolve social problems and respond when harm occurs.

Best for: central office administrators, building principals, school counselors, and teacher leaders.

Enroll today - only 45 seats available!

After September 25, 2021, the full fee will be assessed for dropped enrollments or no-shows.

Note: During this professional learning activity, we may record portions of the learning experiences to showcase and market programs and services. If you have any major objections to this, please communicate with the lead facilitator. Thank you.

#equity #IIRP

#Leadership

2. Countywide 2021: Building a Trauma-informed Restorative School

Program: Countywide Inservice

Audience: MH, SW

Dates: 11/2/2021

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM; Room opens at 7:50 AM

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Far too often educators are challenged with the impossible task of implementing multiple initiatives simultaneously with little clarity about how the work will intersect. This session will help participants see the intersection of trauma-informed principles with the foundations of restorative justice, mindfulness, equity, Nonviolent Communication, and Collaborative and Proactive Solutions. This session will help educators and support staff to have a shared language while they integrate the implementation of these core concepts and ideas. The session will help to define the ideas, as well as, bring a new awareness of how the models and approaches support each other to create a safe, predictable, and supportive environment for students and staff.

Participants will be able to identify what is and isn't a trauma-informed restorative practice.
Participants will be able to implement universal standard precautions for trauma-sensitive schools.
Participants will explore a shared language for talking about trauma-informed principles in the context of school culture.

CEUs will be available for licensed clinicians. This program is co-sponsored by Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. As a CSWE accredited program, the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College is a pre-approved provider of continuing education for social workers in Pennsylvania and many other states.

Bio: https://www.joebrummer.com/about/

3. Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: K-12 teachers and administrators, school counselors, mental health practitioners, social workers, school psychologists, and crisis intervention specialists.

Dates: 1/12/2022 to 1/13/2022

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: 302/303

Facilitated by International Institute of Restorative Practices Consultant

Day 1 - Participants will learn skills for immediate use to strengthen relationships, set high expectations while being supportive, and respond to conflict in the classroom, community or organization. Participants will practice how to provide direct feedback and how to ask questions that foster accountability. Participants will also learn the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

Day 2 - Devoted entirely to teaching participants to facilitate restorative circles. Circles are an essential process for building social capital, resolving social problems and responding when harm occurs. Circles create a positive learning environment. Participants will learn by participating in circles with other attendees, taking turns to learn how to facilitate.

Best for: central office administrators, building principals, school counselors, and teacher leaders

Enroll today - only 45 seats available!

After January 4, 2022, the full fee will be assessed for dropped enrollments or no-shows.

Note: During this professional learning activity, we may record portions of the learning experiences to showcase and market programs and services. If you have any major objections to this, please communicate with the lead facilitator. Thank you.

#equity #IIRP

#Leadership

4. Facilitating Restorative Conferences

Program: Hourly Workshops

Audience: K-12 teachers and administrators, school counselors, mental health practitioners, social workers, school psychologists, and crisis intervention specialists.

Dates: 5/3/2022 to 5/4/2022

Meeting Times: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Location: 302/303

Facilitated by International Institute of Restorative Practices Consultant

Effective responses to incidents of conflict, wrongdoing and harm are the hallmark of restorative practices. We dedicate two full days to teaching you how to facilitate a formal, scripted circle process to address racial incidents, bullying, vandalism and other serious infractions. You will learn all the steps required to conduct a restorative justice conference, from determining the readiness of victims, offenders, their families and friends to participate, to running the formal meeting itself.

Even if you will not be responsible for conducting conferences yourself, you will learn how to better address everyday conflicts and incidents in your workplace and community. Skills taught include monitoring your own reactions in stressful situations, listening with empathy and creating shared understanding among conflicting parties.

Only 45 seats are available!

Best for: central office administrators, building principals, school counselors, and teacher leaders

After April 20, 2022, the full fee will be assessed for dropped enrollments or no-shows.

Note: During this professional learning activity, we may record portions of the learning experiences to showcase and market programs and services. If you have any major objections to this, please communicate with the lead facilitator. Thank you.

#equity #IIRP #Leadership