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11-14-2020
11-14-2020
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Restorative Communication and Questions
Join us for an interactive session where you will be able to explore, strengthen, and expand your understanding of restorative practices and learn how to use language to create a more peaceful, trusting, and meaningful connection with others at home and at school. As a result of actively participating in this workshop you will be able to: (1) use strength-based language to create a trauma responsive and restorative culture of caring at home and at school; (2) understand when you are having a difficult conversation and the reasons why; (3) utilize tools to become fluent in restorative language; and (4) apply a variety of Restorative Justice elements and SEL practices to facilitate more restorative conversations.

For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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  345 Join us for an interactive session where you will be able to explore, strengthen, and expand your understanding of restorative practices and learn how to use language to create a more peaceful, trusting, and meaningful connection with others at home and at school. As a result of actively participating in this workshop you will be able to: (1) use strength-based language to create a trauma responsive and restorative culture of caring at home and at school; (2) understand when you are having a difficult conversation and the reasons why; (3) utilize tools to become fluent in restorative language; and (4) apply a variety of Restorative Justice elements and SEL practices to facilitate more restorative conversations.

For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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