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06-29-2021
06-29-2021
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3:00 pm
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Restorative Justice and Universal Design for Learning
How can we make restorative justice accessible to everyone? How do we engage in restorative practices beyond circles and responding to conflict? When students have the freedom and opportunity to co-create their learning experiences, they are more likely to remain engaged, participate in learning and develop healthy relationships with members of the school community. Teachers, administrators, school staff and early education workers will examine the intersection of restorative justice and Universal Design of Learning, and consider how restorative practices support engagement, representation, and action and expression of all K-12 learners in the community.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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Jessica Dulay Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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  531 How can we make restorative justice accessible to everyone? How do we engage in restorative practices beyond circles and responding to conflict? When students have the freedom and opportunity to co-create their learning experiences, they are more likely to remain engaged, participate in learning and develop healthy relationships with members of the school community. Teachers, administrators, school staff and early education workers will examine the intersection of restorative justice and Universal Design of Learning, and consider how restorative practices support engagement, representation, and action and expression of all K-12 learners in the community.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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