About this Event
Join me and the Washington Post bestselling authors of Hacking School Discipline, Brad Weinstein and Nathan Maynard, as they delve into such an important topic in schools and organizations!
Restorative practices are a great solution for schools seeking to foster a sense of belonging with students and for creating a more equitable learning environment. Even with schools that are using restorative practices, many struggle with how to properly have students repair the harm of their actions–especially with an antiracist and/or trauma lens. This workshop will help equip schools with the tips and tools needed to help schools sustain antiracist restorative practices.
- Self-assess your skills and commitment to restorative practices
- Understand the intersection of trauma sensitivity, restorative practices, and antiracism
- Develop skills for repairing harm and reconnecting classroom teaching, school teams, and school/district leaders
- Start, revisit, or renew a long-term plan on how to grow RP in your school, classroom, or district
We believe learning should be active and collaborative, even virtually! Participants will have time to work independent, in small groups, as well as in teams. You will also have the option of choosing between mini-workshop options based on your role and interest. Finally, you will have graphic organizers and electronic handouts to capture your thinking.
This is our 3rd collaborative workshop, however you can take our Teach Like a Human workshops in any order you choose. Please note, that this is not an introduction to restorative practice or antiracism, however our other workshops do offer this.
Date, Time, Costs
Saturday, February 20th
$125 for each participant (discounts for groups!)