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Restorative Practices Booster Trainings

All sessions are FREE. Special thanks to the Stamford Cradle to Career and Norwalk ACTS for sponsoring these trainings.

To continue our Restorative Practices work together, we plan to “wave the magic wand” and figure out together what we hope the post-pandemic should be like for our families, schools, and community programs. Come together with colleagues from throughout the state and beyond to discuss how we can move forward and not return to the “same old.” If we could talk with the “movers and shakers” in our communities and state (policy leaders and change makers), what should be our collective priorities and what are our hopes and dreams for the future?

Noted school climate expert, Jo Ann Freiberg of School Climate Consultants, will lead each of these virtual sessions.

If you have any questions, contact Yolande Ford yolande.ford@uwwesternct.org

Restorative Practices Virtual  Booster Session
June 7, 2022
10:00 am –11:30 am (Virtual)

  • The training includes concrete and practical strategies for establishing the appropriate classroom and school-based routines as well as conducting circles and conferences in primary prevention as well as intervention contexts. This is accomplished by focusing not on rules broken and punitive consequences but rather on the harms done and providing appropriate restorative consequences and the systems that are necessary to repair and support strong relationships among all school community members (students and adults).

Register here 

Restorative Practices In-Person Session
August 9, 2022
10:00 am –1:00 pm (In-Person)

  • The training includes concrete and practical strategies for establishing the appropriate classroom and school-based routines as well as conducting circles and conferences in primary prevention as well as intervention contexts. This is accomplished by focusing not on rules broken and punitive consequences but rather on the harms done and providing appropriate restorative consequences and the systems that are necessary to repair and support strong relationships among all school community members (students and adults).

Register here.

For a copy of the flyer, click here