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Making Connections.
Building Relationships.

Going Forward Together

Supporting Teachers in Schools and Classrooms

Becoming a Restorative Learning Community begins with thinking about your goals. Do you want to increase a sense of belonging and community for teachers, students, leaders, school staff, and families? What are the strategies you use now to make connections and build relationships? Restorative Practices addresses social-emotional learning, provides accountability for problem-solving, and supports a climate of confidence, trust, and respect. These concepts are part of every level of Restorative Educator and Restorative Leader professional learning and training.

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How Do We Get Started?

Becoming a Restorative Learning Community starts with a commitment to a positive environment that supports all members and stakeholders for strong connections and relationships that promote well-being and stability, trust, open communication, problem solving, accountability and respect.  Professional learning and training provide an overview of the Restorative approach, strategies for implementing Restorative activities in your setting, and other supports including coaching and mentoring help to ensure clarity and fidelity.  Contact us today at 

Leadership with a Restorative Approach

The Restorative Leader reflects an understanding of the practices that result in belonging, connection, respect and equity for all members of the professional environment.  The Restorative Leader experience includes opportunities to participate in workshops, seminars, training, facilitated discussions and exploration of distributed leadership concepts for lead to inclusive and connected professional workgroups and teams. 

I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.

- Maya Angelou

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