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Eight upcoming Restorative Practice trainings for youth and adults

posted Mar 1, 2016, 4:13 PM by Dan Thiede   [ updated Mar 1, 2016, 4:21 PM ]
Restorative Practices Hold Students Accountable and Help Repair Harm When It Happens
A restorative school is centered on relationships, building community and repairing harm. Multiple practices provide multi-tiered levels of support for students, staff and family.

Some of this June’s training workshops are designed for people new to restorative practices and other workshops are for those who have experience in the field. For example, the “Restorative Practices Foundations” workshop provides an overview of restorative justice principles and theory, restorative practices in schools, implementation guidance and a review of resources. Meanwhile, the “Advanced Circle Keepers’ Training” is for people experienced with repair of harm processes.
There are eight trainings to choose from and many of those allow you to register youth as well as adults. The week will end with the Circle Networking Day, open to restorative practitioners and all training participants.

You can find much information on Restorative Practices at the MDE website: Restorative Practices.

Ready to register? You can do that here.