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Using Restorative Practices to Integrate Returning Students

July 28, 2022at1:00 pm

When students experience prolonged absences for a variety of reasons, including a death in the family, sickness, disciplinary actions, medical appointments, homelessness and other issues, using restorative practices to re-integrate returning students is critical to their academic success and social-emotional wellbeing. This session is an introduction to restorative strategies that help ease the process of returning to school, including creating support plans for welcoming returning students into the school culture after being away for a while. Teachers, behavior and restorative justice staff, social workers, instructional coaches and deans and other school staff will work to identify intentional ways of creating the sense of belonging and identify supports and strategies that will allow returning students and their families to thrive.

Facilitated by: Rashid Hughes & Dara Feldman

All professional development sessions use a trauma-informed approach and teach skills and practices that you can implement immediately. Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming, including additional summer institutes, PD topics, skills and planning sessions by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session. For questions, email [email protected]

We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. Please indicate any reasonable accommodations that will allow you to participate in this virtual event at least 3-5 days prior to start. Email us at [email protected] with any questions.

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