Interact with expert practitioners and learn key restorative concepts.
Fostering equity in schools through restorative leadership
Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Restorative practices makes the biggest impact on students when school leaders understand how to engage with teachers and staff to effect real and sustaining change. Join Dr. Joyce Mundy, Stetson University, along with IIRP Instructors Koury Cook and Elizabeth Smull, as they share their experiences transforming school culture in large, diverse school districts.
Graduate School Webinar
Scholar practitioners transforming their communities
Thursday, March 8, 2018, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST
In this interactive webinar, IIRP Graduate Student Keisha Allen of Detroit, Michigan, will speak with Provost Craig Adamson, Ph.D, about how she is using the knowledge gained in her courses to directly impact the children and families she works with in her city.
Discovering Your Next Step – Inspired Learning at the Graduate Level
Listen to a recording of this past webinar.
Kevin Jones was ready to retire from a distinguished career working with youth when he discovered restorative practices and the IIRP. Re-energized to continue working, he dove into graduate education without knowing where it would take him. In this discussion with IIRP Provost Craig Adamson, Ph.D., Kevin will share his journey of how the graduate school helped him engage in a brand new facet of a long and varied career. Attendees will be invited to participate in a question and answer session following the discussion.
Kevin Jones, M.S.
After 30 years working with at-risk youth in the fields of social service, mental health and education, Kevin Jones completed his Master of Science in Restorative Practices at the IIRP Graduate School in 2017. He currently works for the Regional Office of Education in Central Illinois and is a weekend respite camp supervisor at The Baby Fold, an adoptions agency and special education school that serves children with behavioral and mental health issues. He is also an IIRP Continuing Education Instructor.
Craig Adamson, Ph.D.
Dr. Craig Adamson, IIRP Provost and Associate Professor, is a veteran restorative practitioner with more than 20 years of experience delivering counseling and educational services to delinquent, dependent and at-risk youth.
As IIRP Director of Student Services, Jamie Kaintz provides individualized support on everything from financial aid to admission requirements. She is currently an IIRP Graduate Student herself.