Registration is open for Spring 2019.

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Spring 2019

Note about academic terms: Fall Term runs September through December, Spring Term runs January through May, and Summer Term runs June through August

Spring 2019 Course Offerings

Registration for Spring 2019 begins 10/01/2018.

IIRP graduate courses are three credits and consist of 42 hours of direct instruction delivered in-person and/or online. Courses with final exams have an additional three hours of instruction time. Students should plan to spend approximately two hours preparing for each instructional hour; this may include reading, research and other assignments.

Registration:  Course registration deadlines are posted under the registration tab of the student portal and are course specific. While registration deadlines may be as short as two days prior to the start of a course, we strongly recommend completing the registration process no later than 30 days before the course begins.

Late Registration Fee: Students who choose to register after the applicable deadline will pay the Late Registration Fee of $25.

CoursesYou will access your course materials via Moodle, the course management system. You will also need to purchase required textbooks.  Course requirements vary and may include purchasing books or completing work prior to the start date of the course.


Foundational Courses
(online courses show start and end dates)


RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Blended | Course duration: 4 weeks | Prerequisite: None

This course explores the fundamental principles, philosophy, theories, practices, models and skills of restorative practices. Special emphasis will be placed on proactive and responsive circles, restorative conferencing and the informal application of these processes.  Issues critical to the development of restorative practices, such as models of human interaction, theories of behavior and current research will be considered. Students will assess the role of human emotion, especially shame, in social relationships.

Students taking this course will complete 18 hours of coursework online after attending the 4-day Basic Restorative Practices event. 

500.01 Online Portion Wed Feb/06/2019 through Wed Mar/06/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Feb/04/2019, 1:00 pm EST
500.02 Online Portion Wed Apr/10/2019 through Wed May/08/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Mar/04/2019, 1:00 pm EST

RP 525 Restorative Practices in Action

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: None

Students will implement a restorative practices project that builds on their previous experience and will evaluate their project through action research techniques. Students will acquire restorative skills through readings, lecture, self-assessment and an interactive online process.

Prerequisite: Participation in two professional development days — "Introduction to Restorative Practices" and "Using Circles Effectively" — taken after January 1, 2009. 

525.01
Section Closed
Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST
525.02 Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST

RP 610 Evaluation of Research

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: RP 500
This course teaches students to be knowledgeable consumers of research so that they can understand and critique what they read. Students will explore approaches, methods and techniques through online group discussion and readings of research that they choose based on their own areas of interest.
610.01 Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST

RP 699 Restorative Practices Capstone

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: RP 500, RP 525, RP 610

PREREQUISITE:  ALL REQUIRED MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAM COURSEWORK

In the capstone course, students create a culminating multimedia project that describes how restorative practices positively influences human behavior and strengthens civil society. Students also identify potential gaps in this emerging social science. Projects are developed in a highly interactive group process where students support each other in writing and presenting their capstone project. As a professional learning community, faculty and students engage in discussion about each presentation to help the group review the processes, philosophy, theory and research in restorative practices.

699.01 Online Course Wed Apr/03/2019 through Wed Jun/12/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Mar/04/2019, 1:00 pm EST


Electives


RP 506 Restorative Practices: The Promise and the Challenge

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: None

This course introduces students to a wide range of possible applications for restorative justice and other restorative practices in varied settings including criminal justice, education and youth services, higher education, social work and workplaces. Students explore the potential, as well as the limitations, risks and obstacles to restorative practices through reading, online videos, interactive online discussion and writing assignments.

506.01 Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST

RP 532 Aggression Replacement Training(R): Behavioral Interventions that Work

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Blended | Course duration: 7 weeks | Prerequisite: None

This course is designed to give students practical strategies for intervention with at-risk youth.  The course will explore evidenced-based practices such as Aggression Replacement Training® and Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI).  The online experience builds on the guided practice portion of the course by examining social and emotional learning theories as they relate to the philosophical framework of restorative practices.

Students will complete 30 hours of coursework online after attending the 2-day Aggression Replacement Training® event.  Register for the 2-day event at a date and location convenient to you »

532.01 Online Portion Wed Jan/30/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Jan/28/2019, 1:00 pm EST

RP 623 Restorative Justice: Global Perspectives

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: RP 500
This course offers students a comprehensive perspective on restorative justice practices from around the world. Students will examine how restorative justice practices have been implemented in various cultures and contextual settings. Expert speakers will join this course to provide insight from many years of experience working within the restorative justice paradigm. Students will explore these practices through a diverse selection of readings, video presentations, expert speakers and guided discussion threads.
623.01 Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST

RP 635 Narrative Processes for Empowering Facilitators

Credits: 3| Delivery mode: Online | Course duration: 10 weeks | Prerequisite: RP 500

In this course, students will develop an understanding of social construction theory and narrative theories that empower the facilitation of decision making.  Students will learn to organize and maintain conversations with others to address their needs and enhance their potential, through enriched narrative conversations that acknowledge the individual or group.

 

This course requires participation in synchronous skill-building experiences with the instructor and a willing individual with whom to practice six different narrative maps.

635.01 Online Course Wed Jan/09/2019 through Wed Mar/20/2019
Registration Deadline: Mon Dec/10/2018, 1:00 pm EST