Repairing Harm and Building Community: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES + PBIS = Student Success!
Led by Dr. Michele Flowers
In this presentation, participants will become familiar with RESTORATIVE PRACTICES and learn how it can be utilized in the school setting to enhance the PBIS framework and improve implementation. Participants will have the opportunity to practice circles and walk away with tools to begin RP at their perspective schools.
Restorative Practices help to build healthy relationships between educators and students, reduce, prevent, and improve harmful behavior, repair harm and restore positive relationships, resolve conflict, holding individuals and groups accountable; and address and discuss the needs of the school community.
Collaboration and networking time will be available as well.
In-area fee: FREE / Out-of-area fee: $25.00
|Event Date||01-30-2020 8:30 am|
|Event End Date||01-30-2020 11:30 am|
|Location||North Georgia RESA|
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