Restorative Practices for Educators

In-Person Training

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.

Please Note: This training is open to public ISDs, open-enrollment charter schools, junior colleges, and state agencies that support Texas schools. Due to limited space, vendors and contractors are not permitted to register for this training.

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 if you would like to reschedule.

Special Accommodations:

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

To begin registration, select any date tile labeled "OPEN".

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