Understanding Restorative Practices and Using Circles in Schools - 013517
Restorative Practice (RP) is a philosophy and system-wide intervention that places relationships at the heart of the educational experience. The goal of Restorative Practice is to change the school climate rather than merely responding to student behaviors. RP fosters belonging over exclusion, social learning over discipline, and meaningful accountability over punishment. Come join us as we discuss the foundations of Restorative Practice and the process for conducting community-building circles and academic circles in classrooms.

Audiences Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Special Education, Assistant Principals, Counselors, Instructional Leaders, Principals


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