Build connection and collaborative voice in your classroom community.
Students thrive in a school where they feel welcomed and accepted. Designed for advanced restorative practitioners, this four-session event based on the book Advanced Practitioner Series: Intentional Classroom Engagement by IIRP Provost and Assistant Professor Craig W. Adamson, will help you foster a spirit of shared ownership and responsibility within your classroom.
Led by an experienced instructor, you will develop advanced skills and competencies for engaging with students. During each 90-minute online session, you will explore a different aspect of intentional classroom engagement.
- Session 1 – Building Relationships – Develop your capacity to build relationships and community so that all feel included.
- Session 2 – Self-Reflection – Incorporate self-reflection in order advance your practice, and identify personal biases as a means to overcoming barriers to change.
- Session 3 – Maintaining Relationships – Improve your ability to create space for honest and open communication, allowing students to express their authentic selves.
- Session 4 – Responding to Harm and Reintegration – Examine ways to address harm and ensure student reintegration.
This workshop includes four 90-minute interactive online Zoom sessions. Learning is highly experiential.
Each session includes specific instruction along with interactive breakouts where you will engage in practical exercises and discuss topics with fellow participants.
There will be no pre- or post-work for this event.
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