There's still so much more to learn!
Now that you are on your way to implementing what you have learned about restorative justice this week, we are here to help you take these practices and concepts to the next level as soon as you are ready.
Graduate Education in Restorative Practices
Our faculty are advanced thinkers as well as practitioners, skilled at working with you to provide the tools and ideas needed to develop the science of relationships and community. Each course provides opportunities for exploration and creativity.
The Master of Science program - 10 courses - provides you with the foundations in theory, applications and innovative practices needed to lead systemic change in your work environment and community.
The Graduate Certificate program - 4 courses - will help you establish a firm understanding of how restorative practices works to distinguish yourself as a practitioner in your setting. Two required courses provide a foundation, and two electives allow you to tailor your program to your needs. Certificate credits may be applied toward to the Master of Science.
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The IIRP offers additional professional development experiences to take your learning further.
- Restorative Practices for Educators — Learn foundational practices for building classroom and school community.
- Facilitating Listening Circles — Learn a process to address the personal and collective impact of emotionally charged events during tumultuous times.
- Putting Theory Into Practice for Teachers and School Staff — Take the next step to adapt your basic restorative practices to you school situation.
- Putting Theory Into Practice for School Administrators — Join a network of school leaders striving to maintain positive relationships through the demands of COVID-19 and other challenges.
These events can also be offered directly to your school, college, community or organization.
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