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WorkshopWorkshopRestorative Systems: Building a Foundation of Restorative Practices within Education
DepartmentDepartmentESU 9
Default ContactDefault ContactLaRaesha Kugel
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DescriptionRestorative practices are processes that proactively build healthy relationships and a sense of community to prevent and address conflict and wrongdoing.

"Restorative Practices" Guide for Educators (2014)

LaRaesha Kugel has first-hand experience implementing Restorative Practices within the classroom, as well as extensive training on this subject.

Join her during this 2 day training where she will focus on the foundations of restorative practices, as well as give you the knowledge, tools, resources
and practice to bring these powerful systems to your school.

$125 stipend per day is available for teachers from Title II-A Consortium Member Schools: Adams Central, Blue Hill, Doniphan-Trumbull, Giltner, Hampton, Kenesaw, Red Cloud, Silver Lake, and Sutton.

*Stipend not available if taking this for college credit

Optional: 1 Credit Hour ($250) through Hastings College
If you are taking this for credit, you must attend both days and complete additional assignments.