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10-28-2020
10-28-2020
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12:00 pm
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Youth Engagement Through Restorative Justice
Successful restorative schools empower youth to have voice on issues that affect them, influence culture change, lead restorative practices, co-create school norms and policies, and take initiative to shape their community. Meaningful youth leadership not only requires providing opportunities for youth leadership, but training adults in the school on how to let youth genuinely lead. We will explore both how restorative practices can be utilized for empowering and connecting with students, and also how to incorporate students into circle facilitation roles. We will examine virtual learning scenarios and facilitation strategies that are relevant for the challenges of the new norms of virtual learning and student engagement.  

For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov.
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  348 Successful restorative schools empower youth to have voice on issues that affect them, influence culture change, lead restorative practices, co-create school norms and policies, and take initiative to shape their community. Meaningful youth leadership not only requires providing opportunities for youth leadership, but training adults in the school on how to let youth genuinely lead. We will explore both how restorative practices can be utilized for empowering and connecting with students, and also how to incorporate students into circle facilitation roles. We will examine virtual learning scenarios and facilitation strategies that are relevant for the challenges of the new norms of virtual learning and student engagement.  

For questions, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov.
Created on Sept. 23, 2020 at  2:20 PM (EDT). Last updated by Dulay, Jessica on Oct. 27, 2020 at  2:01 PM (EDT). Owned by Dulay, Jessica.
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