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Inspire. Empower. Motivate

  • Gain understanding of the principles of restorative practices as well as understand the role relationships play in students achievement in the classroom and campus levels.

  • Be able to identify the differences between exclusionary practices and restorative practices

  • Learn how to chose and write appropriate questions aimed at certain levels of participation

  • Create a Staff Respect Agreement

  • Create adult circles for staff


  • Practice through role play scenarios

    how to conduct a restorative circle using the questions and guides provided

  • Be able to use the strategies and outcomes protocol to help choose appropriate consequences.

  • Leave with a basic understanding of a family group conference, and Circle of support and accountability.

The one day Administrator Training, is a highly interactive professional development session that takes school administrators through the Reactive, and Respond phases of Restorative Practices. We will explore the practical, applicable, skills to conduct relationship building, and repair harm circles. Participants will be given real world situations to apply learned knowledge through role play and experience to repair relationships, and respond in differentiation to move towards problem solving rather than punishment. Participants will leave with guides to help them perform these types of circles and aid in their practice on campus supporting teachers and students.

Key Components

  • Intro to Restorative Practices: What it is and what it is not

  • Examine the differences between traditional practices and restorative practices

  • Explore the foundational components of a proactiveC.A.R.E. plan.

  • Explore the Correct and Consequence phases of restorative practices

  • Learn the components to conduct restorative circles

  • Learn how to chose appropriate consequences to hold

    students accountable meaningfully

  • Explore Family group conferences, re-entry circles, and

    Circles of Support and Accountability

  • Discuss keys to implementation

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