Using Restorative Practices in Schools
Friday, July 15 – Sunday, July 17, 2022
Take a weekend a way for your own personal and professional learning and join us for our first in person offering of Restorative Practices in over two years. We open with a Friday evening reception from 5-7 p.m., meet from 9-4 p.m. on Saturday, and from 9-noon on Sunday. Light snacks Friday evening, lunch Saturday and Sunday will be provided. All meetings will be at the WEAC Building, 33 Nob Hill Road in Madison. Discounted hotel rooms available if needed.
About This Course
Restorative practices is a way of being that values relationships and refers to all things we do that build, maintain, and repair relationships. When being restorative we honor cultures and identities, ensure all voices are valued, and foster meaningful connections. This mindset naturally creates cultures where everyone is accountable and supported in striving to be their authentic selves socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
In this interactive session, participants will learn what it means to be restorative and how to use these practices when interacting with ourselves, colleagues, students, parents and school partners. Participants will also learn how to create restorative classrooms from classroom set up to instruction.
This course is available for enrollment with or without 3 graduate credits through Viterbo University. Register below the video. WEAC member discount applied at time of check out.
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