Restorative Practices Workshop 2016-2017
Conference Course ID: 1060899
Start Date: 05/11/2016
End Date: 03/24/2017
Registration Deadline: 03/13/2018
Time Zone: (GMT-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Conference Description:

Presented by
Kerri Schmitt, Restorative Justice Consultant and
professor of Restorative Justice at UCCS.

Dates, Times and Places 
Workshops are Two day events.
Three workshops are currently planned for 2016

Workshop #1
Date: May 11th - 12th
Duration: 8am-4pm  Each day.  
Location:  Keystone Lodge & Spa.
      22010 US-6, Keystone, CO 80435
Room map


Workshop #2
Date: June 14th - 15th
Duration: 8am-4pm  Each day.  
Location: Highlands Ranch Recreation Center. 
4800 McArthur Ranch Rd.
Highlands Ranch, CO 80130



Workshop #3
Date: August 9th- 10th
Duration: 8am-4pm  Each day.  
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction
743 Horizon Dr, Grand Junction, CO 81506
Hotel Reservation Room Block. Click here for details

Workshop #4 
Date: Nov 16th - 17th.
Duration: 8am-4pm  Each day.
Location: Pueblo City School District (District 60) in their Board room at : 315 W. 11th St.,Pueblo CO 81003

Workshop #5
Date: March 14th - 15th 
Duration: 8am -4pm on the 14th.  8am-3pm on the 15th
Location The Conference Center At Adams 12 Five Star Schools 
1500 E. 128th Ave. Thornton CO 80241


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Day one focuses on communication skills, restorative practices and practical strategies that can be used immediately for teachers, counselors, security and administrative staff that want to improve relationships, behavior, and reduce discipline incidents in the classroom and hallways. This interactive workshop presents a spectrum of restorative techniques, offers implementation ideas, and explains how the process works. Designed for teachers and others who will be implementing restorative practices in their schools.

Day two is a philosophical overview of restorative practices in schools and the rationale as to why this will help with discipline issues, positive school climate, data tracking and aligning your RTI/PBIS programs. Designed particularity for administrators.

Presented by: Kerri Schmitt, Kerri Schmitt holds a master’s degree in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from Creighton University School of Law. She works with schools and court systems to create alternative responses to disciplinary code infractions and juvenile crime. She co-created the highly successful restorative justice program used in Colorado Springs reducing recidivism to less than 6%. Her “Restorative Dialogue” program has been taught to over 1,000 educators and is the primary restorative justice curriculum used in the Dept. of Youth Corrections.


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Restorative Practices Workshop
This will be a series of five, two-day workshops on restorative
practices. Workshops will be held across the state.
Please watch out for more information regarding these workshops
on the website of Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC)
and in the CSSRC E-Update.


Certificate: N/A
Sponsor: Colorado School Safety Resource Center
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