Course: Restorative Justice in Schools
Audience: K-12 teachers and administrators
Duration: 3 and a half weeks
Restorative justice is a powerful approach to discipline that focuses on repairing harm through inclusive processes that engage all stakeholders. Implemented well, restorative justice shifts the focus of discipline from punishment to learning. Attend this course to gain a richer understanding of how to use restorative justice practices in your school. Students will be provided reading material and video lectures and meet once a week online to develop strategies to use restorative justice practices to help students succeed.
A Note on Course Credit
This course is not being offered for credit. However, if you successfully complete this course and All Learning is Social Emotional Learning, you can apply these two courses for 3 credits toward Creighton’s Educational Leadership (Master of Science) program if you decide to pursue that degree.