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Friday, March 30 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Embedding Restorative Justice Practices in a PBL Unit

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One of the most challenging aspects of changing to a PBL pedagogy is building in time for students to practice new ways of being in relationship with each other that support the teacher’s content and skill goals. This is especially challenging if a teacher is the only or one of few teachers implementing PBL in their building. In this session, we will use a unit from an 8th grade PBL US History course to look at how to combine Restorative Justice practices within a content based class. We will practice as a group two key strategies: operationalizing a community agreement and using circles to promote positive relationships and engagement. Teachers will have the opportunity to reflect on how to embed this practice in their own courses. This workshop will be facilitated by Adrienne Dickinson, a curriculum designer from Educurious, a Seattle-based non-profit that designs and supports PBL instruction with the goal of making learning meaningful, relevant, and rigorous and Nicholas Bradford, the Founder of the National Center for Restorative Justice.

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Nicholas Bradford

Founder, National Center for Restorative Justice
Founder of the National Center for Restorative Justice and life long educator with extensive experience with challenging students inside and outside the classroom. In 2009 Nicholas Bradford started his Restorative Justice education in VT. Working in therapeutic setting, schools, afterschool... Read More →
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Adrienne Dickinson

Curriculum Designer and Professional Learning Specialist, Educurious

Friday March 30, 2018 9:00am - 10:30am PDT
HTE 123