Click on the group title below that best applies to you for questions designed to help process the concepts and ideas presented in the video. These can be used as discussion guides or more personalized reflections.
Restorative Circles provide a space for our students to express themselves, learn to listen, and build a sense of community. This practice helps build a strong school culture that students can rely on and return to in times of trouble.PD Sign-up
Restorative Conferences allow our students and educators to address serious problems in their school culture in safe, mediated environments where everyone can be heard. This tool is invaluable in restoring equanimity to a school culture that is experiencing difficulties.PD Sign-up
Peer Mediation empowers our students to solve their problems without relying on an adult to intervene. Peer Mediators take on leadership roles, practice empathy, and inspire other students by helping their peers work through conflict.PD Sign-up
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Schools (TCIS)
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Schools is a system that empowers our educators to identify and defuse conflict before it becomes a crisis. Employing the tools offered in this PD, educators are able to build a safer, more welcoming school culture.PD Sign-up
Life Space Crisis Intervention (LSCI)
Life Space Crisis Intervention gives our educators strategies for identifying problems before they happen, and strategies for dealing with conflict in the moment. By identifying various personality types and employing the 6 stages of intervention for a crisis situation, educators can defuse problematic situations and reintegrate students into their communities after a crisis.PD Sign-up
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