This online course will cover the main features of Tier 1 PBIS for the virtual or hybrid setting and how stress, trauma and Covid are impacting PBIS. One full year of access provided with videos, presentations and over 20 downloadable resources.
$125.00 per individual or $1,500.00 per school
Certificate for 3 hours provided. Three Clock hours offered for Washington State residents.
- Tier 1 Teams
- Stress, Trauma and Covid
- Teaching Expectations
- Acknowledgement & Feedback
- Relationship Building
- Preventing and Correcting Behavior Errors
- Fidelity and Outcomes Data
Restorative Justice Practices for Classrooms, Four Options:
September 30th, 2020 – December 2, 2020
January 28, 2021 – March 11. 2021
Time: 1:00-4:00 Each Date
3 Clock Hours Offered
There is a growing body of research supporting the effectiveness of restorative practices in classrooms. Benefits of using restorative practices include a reduction in behavioral referrals to the office, disproportionality in discipline and increased instructional time. This interactive virtual training will provide you with the tools needed to start running restorative practices in your classroom. The main focus will be on running community building circles designed to create positive connections and relationships. Circle dialogue is a fundamental element of restorative dialogue. We will also overview how to have restorative conversations for minor level conflict.
Learn how to introduce and lead circle dialogues.
Learn how to transition into and out of “circle time” the roles between circle keeper and teacher.
Understand the importance of focusing on student connection.
Gain tools to address minor level conflicts and behavioral errors.
Initial Restorative Justice –
Oct 7th and 14th, 2020 – 8:30-3:00
12 Clock Hours Offered
Wanting to see why so many schools are choosing to use Restorative Justice? Are you curious how Restorative Justice can how shift how you both build relationships with students and support behavioral errors? This initial training will give you those tools!
Restorative practices help to build community, celebrate accomplishments, transform conflict, rebuild relationships that have been harmed, and reintegrate students who have been suspended or expelled. Restorative Justice practices applied in our schools reflects an approach to wrongdoing and harmful behavior that aims to both prevent wrongdoing at all levels and intervene in offending behavior.
Provide an overview of the Restorative Justice model in school settings
Understand the theory of Restorative Justice
Describe how Restorative Justice fits within the PBIS Framework
Overview the readiness steps to implementing Restorative Justice
Build the needed skills to begin implementing Restorative Justice at the Tier 1 level within classrooms
Using classroom circles