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MAO - Restorative Practices

Dec 7 - Dec 18, 2020
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Course Description/Meeting Summary:

Restorative Practices encompass a spectrum of actions from proactively building community to responding in restorative ways when serious harm has occurred. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programming supports the goals of restorative practices by providing a “coordinated and coherent approach to helping children recognize and manage their emotions, appreciate the perspectives of others, establish positive goals, make responsible decisions, and handle interpersonal situations effectively” to enhance a student’s connection to school (Payton et al., 2008).

  • In-Service Points: 6
  • Component Number: 6403004

Meeting Locations and Times:

Canvas, ONLINE CLASS on December 7th, 2020, 12:00AM - 12:00AM
Online, Orlando, FL 32825

Canvas, ONLINE CLASS on December 18th, 2020, 12:00AM - 12:00AM
Online, Orlando, FL 32825

Contact Information:

cicero.king@ocps.net
cheryl.johnson@ocps.net
dwight.hutchinson@ocps.net
George.masek@ocps.net

Full Description/Meeting Details:

This online, professional development training is based on the idea that restorative practices can be used in schools, particularly in classroom, to help create and build a climate of culture of school connectedness, nurture relationships between students and staff personnel and provide positive school learning experiences.

Restorative Practices encompass a spectrum of actions from proactively building community to responding in restorative ways when serious harm has occurred. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programming supports  the goals of restorative practices by providing a “coordinated and coherent approach to helping children recognize and manage their emotions, appreciate the perspectives of others, establish positive goals, make responsible decisions, and handle interpersonal situations effectively” to enhance a student’s connection to school (Payton et al., 2008).

We invite you to participate in this research-based, best practices online professional development training which consists of 5 modules, which can be completed on your own in your own time.