Back to School Post Pandemic Through Restorative Practice

Building Community in the Classroom Post Pandemic Through Restorative Practice

Are you thinking about the return to in-person learning and what skills are needed to build community in our post-pandemic classrooms? 

Are you invested in creating stronger relationships in your educational environment through the use of restorative practices?

At the International Institute for Restorative Practices Canada, we can HELP!

RESTORATIVE PRACTICES for EDUCATORS

RESTORATIVE PRACTICES for EDUCATORS training provides a construct to engage students in the strengthening of relationships to build and maintain positive classroom/school cultures. Through circle processes, develop empathy, create a safe and caring learning environment, and address the impact of these challenging times.

The one-day Introduction to Restorative Practices provides a construct to strengthen relationships and repair harm in a way that builds community. This framework workshop emphasizes proactive strategies for building strong relationships, engaging students, and addressing incidents of hurt/harm.

The one-day Using Circles Effectively provides an opportunity for educators and staff to develop skills to facilitate both community-building circles and responsive circles to address conflict. 

Training for Educators - IIRP Canada

FACILITATING LISTENING CIRCLES

FACILITATING LISTENING CIRCLES training emphasizes storytelling to help a community gain a shared sense of understanding by processing the personal and collective impact of remote learning on students and staff.

Learning Circles - IIRP Canada

PUTTING THEORY INTO PRACTICE for EDUCATORS AND ADMINISTRATORS

Are you invested in creating stronger relationships in your educational environment through the use of restorative practices?

The most valuable resource educators have is each other.

This collaborative online professional learning community explores what works, what doesn’t and provides educators with the opportunity to develop a comprehensive action plan.

Four live weekly Zoom sessions provide opportunities to practice the full range of restorative practices.

Putting theory into practice - IIRP Canada

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