Circle Training January 2020

Circle Training January 2020

2020 Circle Training As part of a 4 part series for 2020, our first session is scheduled for January.  This training will focus exclusively on Circle process. WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Classroom Teachers, School Guidance Staff, Group home staff, counselors, therapist, social justice advocates and anyone else interested in this Restorative Justice process. You can register…

Join Us Classroom Circle Training Winner, SD  Friday April 5th – One Credit Course

Join Us Classroom Circle Training Winner, SD Friday April 5th – One Credit Course

Expand your skills with Circle Training! Introduction to Classroom Circles & Restorative Schools Restorative Justice Peacemaking Circles build social-emotional skills and promote character values. Circles are effective in improving student behavior, reducing classroom disruptions and resolving conflicts. Learn: Restorative Justice Principles & Practices Use of Peacemaking Circles Key Elements of Peacemaking Circles School wide Restorative…

Looking for Fundamental Circle Skills, join us in June.

Looking for Fundamental Circle Skills, join us in June.

Classroom & Community Circles based on Restorative Justice and Peacemaking Circle process require strong fundamental understanding and skilled teachers.  Catherine and I have years of teaching and circle keeping experience. This two-day training will provide insights and tools for Circle keeping.  Those attending will get clear and valuable tools for implementing and engaging Circles in…

Mini-trainings in River Falls Wisconsin

RFSD Restorative Practices and Circle Training Wednesday, Nov 7 and Friday, Nov. 9 2018 Location: River Falls Public Montessori Facilitated by Kris Miner Schweigert of Circle Space Services Restorative discipline and practices provide a foundation for schools looking to move from a punitive discipline model to a restorative model that helps build and strengthen relationships…

3 ways I align Trauma Responsive Schools & Restorative Practices

I’ve been teaching Restorative Practices in schools for nearly two decades, that is almost 20 years.  I’ve learned an enormous amount from doing this.  I’ve been informed about managing a classroom, dealing with different systems, addressing competing priorities and the experiences of teachers & administrators. In addition to being able to facilitate a great deal…

Janice Bad Moccassin

Janice Bad Moccassin

Transformational Horse Inspired Healer/Certified Equine Specialist (EAGALA) Janice Bad Moccasin, tribal member of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, resides in Shakopee, MN and currently serves as a Dakota Culturally Restorative Facilitator role for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community for the past 25 years. Her educational background is Psychology also a life learner of the Dakota…