View Workshop: Restorative Practices Symposium

Workshop NameRestorative Practices Symposium
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Workshop Short DescEnough students are suspended every year to fill forty-five Super Bowl stadiums. - US Department of Education
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School Year2019-2020
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Category529 - Professional Development
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Provider529 - Professional Development
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Duration6 Hours
LevelSED CODES 1,2,3,4
Total Workshop Days1.0
Credit Hours6.00
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Workshop Full DescEnough students are suspended every year to fill forty-five Super Bowl stadiums. - US Department of Education

Whether a student is suspended, sent to the office, or disrupting a lesson, valuable class time is missed by the student and those affected by their actions. Restorative practices serve as an alternative to suspensions and other punitive approaches to misbehavior by providing conscious strategies to repair the harm caused by misbehavior. The restorative approach emphasizes students and adults owning their actions and repairing the harm.
Workshop AudienceSenior leadership from education, counselors, social workers, school resource officers, and decision makers interested in learning how restorative practices can guide changes to school discipline. Future regional trainings will be offered which will provide in depth training for school-based approaches to restorative justice.
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Workshop ObjectivesParticipants will have an opportunity to hear from experienced practitioners and school administrators on what restorative practices is, their experience with implementation, impact on school climate/culture, conflict resolution and community engagement.
Assessment of LearningParticipants will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of content through developing questions and participation in afternoon circle application activities.
Workshop TopicsBased on the work of Dr. Tom Cavanagh, Restorative Justice Education, International Institute of Restorative Practice (IIRP), Kay Pranis, Circle Forward
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Submitted For Approval07/30/2019
Approved07/30/2019
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CTLE EligibleYes
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Workshop Id1164
Added ByLaurie Sledge
BocesCattaraugus-Allegany BOCES
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Entry Date07/30/2019 11:26
Last Modified Date07/30/2019 11:29

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Learning Standards

  • 1 Knowledge Students and Student Learning
  • 3 Instructional Practice
  • 4 Learning Environment