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04-07-2021
04-07-2021
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Restorative Justice, Mental Health and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
Restorative practices are dialogue-based processes that center a community around equitable and inclusive relationships of trust, understanding, and collaboration. These practices, including community building circles, are trauma-informed and provide ample opportunities for social-emotional learning for students, school staff, and families. Join us to explore how to use restorative practices to provide mental health and wellness supports and promote social-emotional learning. Participants will practice and plan community-building circles and other restorative strategies for in-person and virtual settings and understand how these practices integrate with and support existing mental health and social-emotional frameworks, such as Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.

Participants will receive two Professional Learning Units (PLUs) for full participation. For more information, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov.
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  218 Restorative practices are dialogue-based processes that center a community around equitable and inclusive relationships of trust, understanding, and collaboration. These practices, including community building circles, are trauma-informed and provide ample opportunities for social-emotional learning for students, school staff, and families. Join us to explore how to use restorative practices to provide mental health and wellness supports and promote social-emotional learning. Participants will practice and plan community-building circles and other restorative strategies for in-person and virtual settings and understand how these practices integrate with and support existing mental health and social-emotional frameworks, such as Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.

Participants will receive two Professional Learning Units (PLUs) for full participation. For more information, please contact Jessica Dulay at Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov.
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