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Inventing Our Future 2016

August 9 - 11, 2016 Inventing Our Future features opening plenaries with national leaders and dynamic mini-courses on the intersections between education, arts and science, and environment and social justice issues. The workshop is open to k-12 teachers, higher education and museum educators, and administrators. REGISTER HERE

Strategies for Successful Implementation of Restorative Practices: Leading the Change

Sept. 14 2016 – This one-day training provided by Community Matters is intended for administrative-level staff with responsibility for school safety, climate, and discipline. It provides an overview of restorative practices and its relationship to discipline, school climate, and its roots in restorative justice. READ MORE

Making Statistical Connections: Problem Solving WorkshopSept. 27-28, 2016 – This two-day workshop for grade 6-12 educators will look at the modules, guides, and materials supporting the teaching of statistics and probability. Learn about the GAISE (Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education) Framework and experience the progressions of statistics and probability standards. READ MORE
Restorative Principles and Practices: Skills for Creating a Restorative School

Nov. 9-10 2016 – More and more schools are turning to Restorative Practices as a viable alternative to the zero-tolerance policies often associated with high suspension rates and challenged school climates. Through the use of engaging activities, participants will understand how to integrate theory into practice. READ MORE