The Use of Restorative Practices in Schools provides participants effective classroom/school management strategies, and appropriate disciplinary methods that promote positive and healthy school climates, which is a requirement of the new Illinois discipline legislation effective September, 2016. Participants will learn Restorative Practices are multifaceted in nature and include: interventions when harm has happened, practices to prevent harm and conflict by building a sense of community, a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility in the school community. Participants will learn informal and formal restorative practices such as restorative questions, pro-active circles, and restorative conferences. Participants will gain the knowledge to develop a school or classroom discipline plan based on the principles of Restorative Practices, which meet the requirements of the Illinois Discipline Legislation (September, 2016). Fee includes program materials and continental breakfast. Lunch may be purchased in the building cafeteria. Cash and credit cards are accepted.
Thursday, January 19, 2017 8:00 AM - 4:00 PMCentral Time
20 North Wacker Drive6th Floor Conference RoomChicago, Illinois 60606
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