Introducing Restorative Practice into School Communities

Introducing Restorative Practice into School Communities

A set of three workshops on introducing Restorative Practice into school communities.

What is Restorative Practice? 

  • It is a set of tools underpinned by a philosophy of mutual respect.

Who is RP for?

  • It can be used across a whole school community, embedded as a positive code of behaviour.
  • It can be a highly effective tool for individual teacher classroom practice. Promoting a positive learning environment and reducing the stress for teachers and their students.

An introduction to Restorative Practice.

  • The principals underpinning RP.
  • The rationale for using RP. Experiences from Ireland and internationally.
  • What is restorative language?
  • A taster of simple tools and strategies to get you started with you own practice.

Building my personal practice.

  • Getting to grips with a restorative mindset.
  • Responding rather than reacting. The restorative tool kit.
  • Restorative Circles in the classroom,
  • An introduction to some basic classroom tools to get you started tomorrow.

A comprehensive resource pack will accompany each workshop. There will be opportunities to practice the techniques and ask questions.

Facilitator.

Dr.GrĂ¡inne Mulcahy a fulltime teacher, a Chaplain and Restorative Practices Tutor and Trainer. Working in Gorey Community School, and the Adult Education, Night School. Currently completing a Doctorate in Education, TCD. Delivering practical resources and jargon free professional development since 2009.

Course Properties

Course date 31-01-2023 7:00 pm
End Date 31-01-2023 8:00 pm
Fee Free
Speaker Dr GrĂ¡inne Mulcahy
Select Hours 3
Location Online

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Sligo Education Centre

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Address: IT Campus, Ballinode, Sligo 
Eir Code: F91 WFW9 
Phone: +353 71 9138700 
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