25 January, 2019

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Restorative Justice in Schools uses the tool of dialogue in circles to build community, prevent conflict and respond to disciplinary incidents. Restorative Justice in Schools is rooted in a culture shift away from zero-tolerance policies and disproportionately punitive disciplinary models.

Training Summary:

The 2-day Tier 1: Community Building Training offers in-depth training and coaching in using circle to build community & create positive relationships amongst adults and with youth.

Training Components:

  • 14 hours of training time
  • Digital presentation of the foundations of Restorative Justice in Schools practices
  • Demonstration of games to support the development of Community Building Circle culture
  • Experiential activities designed to provide participants with an opportunity to process and reflect about:
    • the values that uphold the Circle Agreements and promote Community Building
    • the many ways that student behavior can show up at school and how it relates to needs
    • the role of a Circle-keeper and how to hold space
  • Step-by-step discussion of the Circle process and its components
  • Circle-keeper practice and role plays to simulate prospective Circle-keeping
  • Planning time to strategize development of Circle culture at participants’ respective sites
  • Participants will receive literature curated by the RJ practitioners at CCEJ to support ongoing learning and implementation of restorative practices at their respective sites.

INVITED:

  • School staff including teachers, administrators, counselors, clerical and security personnel interested in bringing Restorative Justice to their school community.
  • We also invite folks who work with youth in other capacities who want to learn restorative ways to engage and build stronger relationships in their spaces.

DATE: Friday & Saturday, January 25-26, 2019

TIME: 
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

COST: 

  • Training cost is $300/per person (includes lunch)
  • Discount: Teams of 3 or more will receive a $25 discount per participant, if they all remit payment at one time.

PAYMENT: Pay online with PayPal

LOCATION:

LBCF Conference Room
3515 Linden Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90807

REGISTER: Click here to register.

 

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