Restorative Conversations Inside and Outside the Classroom
Registration and Payment Deadline:
Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Restorative Justice (RJ) offers us a new lens with which to view conflict, discipline, and harm and it can transform education. Shifting focus from traditional models of student discipline and codes of conduct, restorative justice focuses on relationships, accountability, and harm reparation.
Using a restorative lens in learning communities can help students feel more connected to each other, teach peaceful conflict resolution skills, and develop a culture of accountability.
This course provides educators the overview, understanding, and skills necessary to begin facilitate restorative conversations, both with and between students.
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**This course is synchronous, conducted live in real-time and requires your full attendance and participation throughout the duration of the course. Your presence and engagement will enable you to earn a PDH certificate and a Credly badge. Please note that refunds or credits cannot be issued within 59 days of the course start date.
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Plan to sign in via the provided Zoom link at least five (5) minutes before the scheduled course start time to ensure a punctual beginning. Please be aware that if you join the session more than 30 minutes late (or 20% of the course), you will miss essential instruction and discussion; thus, you will not be eligible to earn a certificate or badge. The course materials in Canvas will remain available to you; however, the facilitator will not be able to review the content that you missed.
This policy is designed to promote the importance of your professional learning, build trust and collaboration during the session.
If you have an unforeseen event during the course please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.