Restorative Justice in Schools, April 2014

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A four-day intensive training on developing tools, skills and implementation strategies for integrating restorative justice in schools.

In this two-part training we will introduce the basic philosophy and tenants of restorative justice and then move on to providing opportunities to learn about and practice advanced skills in restorative dialogues and circles.

  • Basic overview of the philosophy of restorative justice
  • Changing school climate and discipline restoratively
  • Circles as restorative practice
  • Restorative inquiry and dialogue
  • Difficult conversations

Training dates: April 10, 11, 14, 15

1.5 university credits available through Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling  for a fee.

Accessibility: We want each participant to be fully included. Please contact us with any questions or requests for how we could support you in participating fully, such as providing large-print materials, sending written materials in advance, discussing/modifying the room set-up, etc.

Space is limited. Register now! Please note your space will not be confirmed until we receive your payment.


Christina Albo, Director of Restorative Justice Programs

Gabriele Ross, Restorative Justice Trainer/Coach

Tobin Krell, Restorative Justice Trainer/School Coordinator

Maria Scanelli, Restorative Justice School Coordinator

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April 10th, 2014 9:00 AM   through   April 18th, 2014 4:00 PM
Central Northeast Neighbors
4415 NE 87th Ave
Portland, OR 97220
United States
Phone: 503-595-4890
Your workshop payment in increments of $ 1.00

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