NEW Managing Behaviour – Restorative Practice SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Have you tried lots of behaviour strategies to no avail? Have you felt like something was missing from your own/your schools approach to behaviour? Are you ‘owning’ the conflict?
Restorative Practice is a behaviour strategy for whole school or whole class communities.
Course objectivesRestorative Practice originated from Maori indigenous society. It is more than just a behaviour strategy it is a value system. It has been adopted by Police forces in North America and Australasia. It has been adopted by Thames Valley Constabulary in UK. Large institutions and many UK schools are using restorative approaches to facilitate conflict management. Course Objectives:
- To develop an understanding of what Restorative Practice is.
- To look at the theory behind it.
- To develop a Whole School/Class approach incorporating Restorative Practice, beginning with the Informal approach and eventually the Formal Mediation approach.
- What is Restorative Practice? – The Theory
- Ego States
- Informal approach verses formal mediation approach
- Sharing of real life conflict scenarios
Course Presenter: Angela Coates
Course Location: South Wales - Cardiff
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