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Restorative Practice for Educators (RPE)




Restorative Practices helps us to build healthy relationships by identifying core values and establishing consensus around how we relate to one another. Restorative Practices provides a process for effective communication, establishing healthy boundaries, taking responsibility, solving conflict, healing when harm has occurred, and creating accountability for self and others.

In this 6-hour session, participants will first learn about what Restorative Practices is and is not, followed by why Restorative Practices is a proactive and reactive tool that campuses should have in their intervention toolbox. Participants will also learn how to facilitate the restorative process and implement foundational structures from a systems perspective, regardless if your system is one classroom, an entire grade level, or the whole campus.


Important Workshop Information:


Special Accommodations:

Please submit all special accommodations request(s) via email to txssc_rpe@txstate.edu no later than two weeks prior to the course.

You must attend the entire training to be eligible to receive 6 hours TCOLE credit. If a portion of the class is missed, the entire training must be made up at a later date. Please email txssc_rpe@txstate.edu if you would like to reschedule.
Registration for this workshop has ended

Workshop ID:
968717
Credits Available:
ESC Contact(s):
Jeff Rogers
 
Registration Contact(s):
Jeff Rogers
Sandra Mendoza
Fee:
$0.00
Presenter(s):
Jeff Rogers
Seats Filled:
13 / 40
Date Time Location
10/5/2023 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM ESC 16 - Bell Street - Golden Spread
5800 Bell Street, Amarillo, 79109


Region 16 Education Service Center | 5800 Bell Street | Amarillo, TX 79109-6230
Phone: 806-677-5000 | Fax: 806-677-5001

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