AA#1778: The Use of Restorative Practices in Schools

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The Use of Restorative Practices in Schools provides participants effective classroom/school management strategies, and appropriate disciplinary methods that promote positive and healthy school climates. Participants will learn Restorative Practices are multifaceted in nature and include: interventions when harm has happened, practices to prevent harm and conflict by building a sense of community, a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility in the school community. Participants will learn informal and formal restorative practices such as restorative questions, pro-active circles, and restorative conferences. Participants will gain the knowledge to develop a school or classroom discipline plan based on the principles of Restorative Practices.

Once all components of the Academy are completed, the Kane County ROE will process the Academy within 30 days and the participant will receive an email once the processing is completed.

Participants of the online Administrator Academy must have all requirements completed by June 15, 2024, allowing time for review and processing with ISBE, in order for them to receive their annual Administrator Academy credit for the 2023-2024 school year. All academies completed after June 15, 2024 will be awarded to the following 2024-2025 school year.