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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...
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...
In this interactive webinar, IIRP Graduate Student Keisha Allen of Detroit, Michigan, spoke with Provost Craig Adamson, Ph.D., about how she is using the knowledge gained in her...
In this webinar, current graduate student Liesbet Bickett shared how she is using restorative practices to supervise youth mentors in a rehabilitative outdoors program. Her Master of...
In this interactive webinar, two IIRP graduate students discuss their work and the ways their courses support them to learn while doing. IIRP Director of Student Services Jamie Kaintz...
This webinar took place Wednesday, May 22, 2019.
Whether your community is a big city, a small town, a neighborhood, a school or other grouping of people, we want people to be...
To begin to address anxiety and fears within individuals, families, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, we need to start by caring for ourselves.
A restorative culture, by fostering effective communication and continual feedback, creates an environment that maximizes professional learning for individuals and organizations.
Listening circles emphasize storytelling for cultivating empathy. They can help your community – workplace, school, organization...
The COVID-19 pandemic has created disconnection everywhere, and we are increasingly turning to...
Higher education institutions are faced with financial demands, the need to adapt to online...
The Covid-19 pandemic has turned everyone's life upside down. Schools especially have struggled to serve students and families through an ever-changing environment. In this 60-minute...
Intentional Classroom Engagement is an essential workbook to help you hone your skills and competencies for building better relationships with your students, their families and your...
Groups of people — whether in a community, workplace, school or other organization — are most capable of sustaining change when they feel engaged and can develop a sense of belonging.
While the process of dealing with trauma is complex, the Relational Care Ladder offers a helpful framework that focuses on supporting the need for safety, awareness, the expression of...
With everyone back to school, we took time to feature three educators who shared creative ways they are building and maintaining positive community throughout the school year. Watch a...
Restorative practitioners are currently faced with historic opportunities to advocate for fundamental changes in education, organizations and communities. Watch a recording of this...
On this webinar, held on Thursday November 17, 2022, Othon Jiménez Madrigal, lawyer by Michoacán University and member from the P'urhépecha community shares his reflections about...
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