(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only
The impoverished mind – reawakening students’ mindsets post Covid via Restorative Justice”
New Course – Winter – February break – February 21-25, 2022 – 8:15-4:15 pm
Gayle Meinkes-Lumia – (firstname.lastname@example.org)
East Meadow Location
Dates : February Break – February 21-25, 2022 – 8:15-4:15 pm
Emotionally drained after the virus, many students and teachers remain in an impoverished state, one in which anxiety and stress overwhelms and a dark cloud of depression pours in. Repair and restoration are necessary for all. Uncertainty exists as well for individuals who live in poverty, in particular during these times as stress related issues loom – access to technology, meals, unemployment in their surroundings. Mental health is essential for students and restorative justice is the key. Within this course, teachers will learn the ins and outs of implementing a restorative justice program within their classroom. They will learn to empower their students via community building circles and democratic dialogues where respect is at the forefront. Participants will learn about the three tiers of justice, develop skills to incorporate the tenets within the fabric of their classrooms, and facilitate open dialogue.
A must for K-12 educators!!!!!!
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