Talks about Restorative Practices on CampusChristina Olstad, Assistant Director of Residential Education at University of Vermont

Two years ago the University of Vermont adopted restorative practices campus wide for use in residence halls. Resident advisors – undergraduates employed by the university to live with and provide oversight and guidance for other students living in residence halls on campus – were trained in the general use of restorative practices and also to facilitate restorative circles for building community and responding to issues when they arise.

This is the first in a 5-part conversation about this project with Christina Olstad, Assistant Director of Residential Education at the University of Vermont, and Steve Korr, a trainer and consultant for IIRP.

Play using the embedded player or using the download link below.

Download the file at the following Link: audio:Building_Campus_Community_Part_1

Learn more at the project web site: Building Campus Community.


Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

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