Jul 30, 2019 | 8:30 AM | Tuesday

Tue Jul 30, 8:30 AM - Wed Jul 31, 7:00 PM

SMC Campus Center, University of Maryland, Baltimore

621 West Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Community: Inner Harbor

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In response to new Maryland legislation supporting restorative approaches in k-12 public schools, this two-day workshop provides K-12 school leadership with an introduction to restorative approaches in an educational setting.

Event Details

A restorative approach focuses on proactive steps to build a positive school climate and engaged student learning. With a restorative approach, school personnel manage challenging behaviors using learning models of discipline. Workshop topics include: foundational concepts of a restorative approach; restorative skills and strategies; tools for designing, implementing and sustaining a restorative approach in your school; and emerging research on the impact of restorative approach in schools. This training focuses on the unique needs of school leadership interested in introducing, expanding or sustaining restorative practices in their school.
Continental breakfast and lunch is included with the training for both days. If requested with the registration prior to July 1, parking is also included.

This training is supported by a generous grant from the Charles Crane Family Foundation, Inc.

About the Trainers
Barbara Sugarman Grochal, M.A.T., M.B.A. and C.P.C.C. (Certified Professional Co-active Coach) is the Director of the Schools Conflict Resolution Education Programs at the Center for Dispute Resolution at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law (C-DRUM). From 2004-2014, she directed the MD Judiciary-supported statewide Conflict Resolution Education Grants Program, which focused on the development of school conflict resolution programs for students, staff and parents in conjunction with the Mediation Clinic. Currently, she supports improved school conflict management at the state, district and school level, providing consulting, training and coaching in restorative practices, mediation and peer mediation, bullying prevention and violence prevention. Ms. Grochal also serves as Chair of the Maryland Commission on the School-to-Prison Pipeline and Restorative Practices, a statewide initiative established by the Maryland Legislature in 2017. 
Anastasia Watson Smith, JD, is the Director of Special Projects for Maryland Carey Law Center for Dispute Resolution. She implement

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