Restorative Practices is a set of philosophies and approaches to building community and responding to harm with roots in indigenous traditions. Schools across the country are increasingly applying these strategies to manage classrooms and create inclusive, socially connected, and supportive learning environments. This introductory webinar highlights the restorative work being done in Washington, DC. Viewers will hear first-hand from students and staff how important restorative work is to the betterment of students in the District, and why there is more work to be done. This webinar is a prerequisite to other Restorative Practices trainings, including Circle Facilitation. The webinar is part of Restorative DC, a project of SchoolTalk, in partnership with OSSE. For questions, please contact Em Morrison at [email protected].
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