Restorative Practices is the social science of building and maintaining relationships in our schools, organizations and communities. In this two-day workshop participants will learn a brief history and theory behind restorative practices as well as a full range of strategies to use every day. The training is experiential and provides skills practice so participants are prepared to return to their buildings with a toolkit of proven techniques. The second day is dedicated to facilitating circles which help build empathy, compassion and community among its members. The workshop will be presented by licensed trainers from The International Institute of Restorative Practices.
After completion of this course participants will be prepared to institute Restorative Practices in the internationally recognized fashion as outlined by the only higher ed insti-tution dedicated to this science.
To schedule Introduction to Restorative Practices, Using Circles Effectively and Restorative Conferencing training, please contact Beverly Forgash email@example.com
Nassau BOCES offers the iirp Restorative Practice course.
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