RP in Practice
  • Implementation 

     

    Program Overview
    The Center for Safe and Secure Schools utilizes a tiered approach to professional development engagement.

    Image of a matrix showing professional Development Engagement.

    Whole-School Approach
    The whole-school approach is critical to successful school-wide implementation. Key stakeholders from the community and all staff must be included in the restorative process.

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    Observation and Feedback

    Training participants will be provided follow-up and feedback and are scheduled upon request. Sessions include:

    · Meeting and discussing Restorative Practices progress with the leadership team

    · Review of discipline data and project goals

    · Observations conducted with detailed feedback on implementation

    · Collaboration with third party grant evaluator

     

  • Center for Safe and Secure

    Continuum of Professional Development 

    At the Center, we are committed to providing research-driven and responsive professional development that aims to make an impact on teacher actions to influence student well-being and school safety. We support district and campus needs with training, resources, and feedback, all tailored for your unique community needs. Our focus at the Center is to offer a continuum of professional development offerings and resources to sustain restorative practices. Courses either deliver emotional safety prevention, with practices to build and maintain relationships and prevent conflict and harm or provide emotional safety responsiveness with practices to repair relationships, resolve conflict, and manage difficulties and disruptions. Take a peek at our offerings! All include actionable deliverables that provide educators with ready-to-go tools and strategies to implement on their campus.

     

     

Preventative Trainings