EVENTS

Jun
27
Tue
Restorative Circles @ Genesee Intermediate School District
Jun 27 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Through lecture, discussion, video and role play, this seminar introduces the art and science of the circles process and launches attendees into using it for discipline and community-building in schools.  SCECHs will be available, and attendees who complete both the Introduction to Restorative Justice and Restorative Circles, will receive certificates at the end of this session.

Jul
31
Mon
Introduction to Restorative Justice @ West Shore Community College
Jul 31 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

This highly interactive introduction to restorative justice philosophy,principles and informal practices is hosted by the West Shore Educational Services District for its member schools.  To learn more, please contact Linda Steigenga directly.

Aug
3
Thu
Introduction to Restorative Justice @ Clark Hill Gallery Room
Aug 3 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

In this highly interactive session, attendees will master the philosophy and principles of restorative justice and will be introduced to its informal practices.  Together, these elements make the restorative paradigm a powerful tool for community-building, student development and school discipline. 

Aug
4
Fri
Restorative Circles @ Clark Hill Gallery Room
Aug 4 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Building on the Introduction to Restorative Justice, this highly interactive seminar introduces the art and science of the
circles process.  Using lecture, video, role play and small group discussion, this seminar launches attendees into using the circles process for discipline and community-building in schools.  Attendees must have completed the Introduction to Restorative Justice training to join this class.  Those who complete both the Introduction to Restorative Justice and Restorative Circles, will receive a certificate at the end of this session.

Aug
10
Thu
Introduction to Restorative Justice @ Clark Hill Gallery Room
Aug 10 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

In this highly interactive session, attendees will master the philosophy
and principles of restorative justice and will be introduced to its
informal practices.  Together, these elements make the restorative
paradigm a powerful tool for community-building, student development and
school discipline.

Aug
11
Fri
Restorative Circles @ Clark Hill Gallery Room
Aug 11 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Building on the Introduction to Restorative Justice, this highly interactive seminar introduces the art and science of the
circles process.  Using lecture, video, role play and small group discussion, this seminar launches attendees into using the circles process for discipline and community-building in schools.  Attendees must have completed the Introduction to Restorative Justice training to join this class.  Those who complete both the Introduction to Restorative Justice and Restorative Circles, will receive a certificate at the end of this session.

Aug
15
Tue
Introduction to Restorative Justice @ Mecosta-Osceola Intermediate School District
Aug 15 all-day

This highly interactive, full day seminar is open to faculty and staff of the Mecosta Osceola Intermediate School District.  Please contact organizer Kim Tufnell for registration information.

In this session, attendees will master the philosophy and principles of restorative justice and will be introduced to the informal practices that make the restorative paradigm such a powerful tool for student development and school discipline.  SCECHs will be available.

 

Aug
24
Thu
Restorative Justice Overview @ Mecosta Osceola Intermediate School District
Aug 24 @ 5:14 pm – 6:14 pm

This presentation is open to the special educators of the Mecosta Osceola Intermediate School Districts.  Please contact Special Education Director, Kimberly Tufnell for information.

In this session, attendees will be introduced to the philosophy and principles of restorative justice and gain insights into what makes a restorative paradigm such a powerful tool for student developmental discipline and school/classroom culture.

 

Aug
29
Tue
Restorative Justice 101 @ Van Dyke Public Schools Campus
Aug 29 @ 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

This three-hour presentation introduces the philosophy and principles of restorative justice and provides a brief overview of restorative justice practices educators can use to address student conduct and build greater connections in their learning communities.

Sep
14
Thu
Introduction to Restorative Justice @ Clark Hill Gallery Room
Sep 14 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

In this highly interactive session, attendees will master the philosophy
and principles of restorative justice and will be introduced to its
informal practices.  Together, these elements make the restorative
paradigm a powerful tool for community-building, student development and
school discipline.

 
 

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