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Restorative Justice and Special Education

Restorative practices can be extremely useful for helping schools support students with disabilities during this time of uncertainty and disruption of the normal school environment. Participants will explore the current needs of students with disabilities and their families; and identify…

Coaching & Skill-Building Session

Restorative DC will support participants in a highly customized Coaching and Skill-Building session. These sessions are designed to support individuals or small groups representing various learning communities focusing on primary elements of Restorative Justice including Family Engagement, Student Engagement, Staff…

PD: Restorative Justice for Staff Engagement and Wellness

As staff return to school communities, they will be asked to manage complex schedules including on-line and in-person instruction, facilitate the increased needs of students and families, and maintain shifting resources while balancing their own households, health needs, and possible…

Coaching & Skill-Building Session

Restorative DC will support participants in a highly customized Coaching and Skill-Building session. These sessions are designed to support individuals or small groups representing various learning communities focusing on primary elements of Restorative Justice including: Family Engagement, Student Engagement, Staff…

Restorative Justice, Mental Health and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

Restorative practices are dialogue-based processes that center a community around equitable and inclusive relationships of trust, understanding, and collaboration. These practices, including community building circles, are trauma-informed and provide ample opportunities for social-emotional learning for students, school staff, and families.…

Virtual Circle Keeping

As we rebuild our school networks, restorative community-building circles provide an opportunity and space to reflect, grieve, celebrate, and plan for the future in the new “normal.” This workshop is targeted to school staff with some experience conducting community-building circles…

Restorative Justice and Family Engagement

Families play an important role in the success of the school community and strong relationships between schools and families are even more critical during virtual learning. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the needs and perspectives of families; the…

City-Wide Open RJ Planning Session

Join Restorative DC and other members of the DC school community in our first citywide virtual individual and team Planning Sessions to support participants in planning, exploration, problem-solving, and implementation. These sessions are flexible in order to meet the various…

Restorative Justice and Micro Circles

We often hear how restorative responsive processes take a lot of time or involve a lot of preparation and support. In this two-hour workshop, we will explore how to "walk towards conflict" and develop a "Conflict-Capable" culture in your classrooms,…

Coaching & Skill-Building Session

Restorative DC will support participants in a highly customized Coaching and Skill-Building session. These sessions are designed to support individuals or small groups representing various learning communities focusing on primary elements of Restorative Justice including Family Engagement, Student Engagement, Staff…

RJ Coaching & Skill-Building Session

Restorative DC will support participants in a highly customized Coaching and Skill-Building session. These sessions are designed to support individuals or small groups representing various learning communities focusing on primary elements of Restorative Justice including: Family Engagement, Student Engagement, Staff…

Coaching & Skill-Building Session

Restorative DC will support participants in a highly customized Coaching and Skill-Building session. These sessions are designed to support individuals or small groups representing various learning communities focusing on primary elements of Restorative Justice including Family Engagement, Student Engagement, Staff…

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