New Course - Winter 2020
(formerly ED 6936: Restorative Justice in Education: Promises & Challenges)
Faculty of Education, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Relationships First: Rethinking Educational Engagement examines the fundamental principles
and practices of relational restorative justice approaches in the context of current education theory
and philosophy. Content focuses on an examination of educational engagement as understood
through the lens of relational theory. Particularly suited to the complexities of the day, this
course is an exploration and analysis of current relational, restorative justice education theories
and practices in school contexts locally, nationally, and internationally.
Professional Development opportunities are available in 3 hour, 1 day, 3 day, and 5 day formats. Each will be offered regularly to the public; each can also be designed to meet the needs of a particular professional group. Professional Development sessions are all comprised of hands-on learning experiences that will support you in taking steps towards change and transformation.
3 hours: Relationships First: Restorative Justice — Is it for us?
One day: Relationships First: An Introduction to Restorative Justice in your Context
Three day: Relationships First: Making restorative justice a reality!
Five day: Relationships First: Working for Sustainability of restorative justice.
Masters Level Education Course: ED 6463: Relationships First: Rethinking Educational Engagement (Formerly ED 6936: Restorative Justice in Education: Promises and Challenges). Click here for more information
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