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Building Peace Through Restorative Practices in Schools | Learners Edge

Building Peace Through Restorative Practices in Schools
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Graduate Credits
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This course introduces teachers to a holistic approach to classroom management based on the principles of restorative justice in schools. While traditional classroom management often relies on a system of rewards and punishments to encourage positive behavior, restorative practices focus on building healthy relationships, fostering social and emotional skills, encouraging engagement, and empowering students to address and correct misbehaviors cooperatively. When we invite students to take an active role in both preventing and repairing the harm caused by misbehavior, we build stronger school communities.  Incorporating classroom strategies, school-wide policy recommendations, and personal experiences, this course provides a solid framework for teachers to use as they create a climate of warmth and inclusion that respects all people and also holds everyone accountable for being a good citizen. 
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Summer 2024
Registration Open: Dec 16, 2023 - Jul 15, 2024
Coursework Due: Aug 15, 2024
Fall 2024
Registration Open: Mar 16, 2024 - Oct 22, 2024
Coursework Due: Nov 15, 2024
"The Restorative Practices Playbook"
by Smith, Dominique B.
A hard copy textbook is included in the course price. It will be sent via postal mail upon course registration. Flex Credit registrants must use the ISBN provided to acquire a copy of the text.
ISBN : 978-1-07-188458-4
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