Implementing Restorative Justice Circles

An effective method that initiates communication, assists in building relationships, encourages students to share prior knowledge and addresses conflict in the classroom, the school and the community.

An effective method that initiates communication, assists in building relationships, encourages students to share prior knowledge and addresses conflict in the classroom, the school and the community. Restorative Justice Circles can be used as assessment tools in the classroom and serve as an alternate approach to traditional suspensions and expulsions. In the classroom, they can be used as alternatives to address conflict. Participants will learn both best practices and roles to help students move conflicts smoothly to resolutions, as well as ways to use these circles as forms of assessment.

Intended Audience

Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Grades K-12 Instructors
Instructional Coaches

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