RF-RJE NL Summer e-Series 2022: (Re)Centering Restorative Justice in Education
In August of 2022, RF-RJE hosted The Relationships First NL Summer e-Series! We are so fortunate to be able to continue offering registration options for all NL Educators. This event was an immersive, self-paced virtual learning experience for educators. Regardless of experience leve, this is a wonderful opportunity for NL Educators to learn from international and local NL experts in the field of RJE.
This year's theme was "(Re)Centering RJE". As we emerge together from the COVID-19 pandemic, we look to (re)centering ourselves and what restorative justice in education means for all of us as we move forward together in a commitment to honouring Indigenous ways of being and knowing.
Watch pre-recorded presentations at your own pace up to one year past registration, and then delve deeper into the content by watching videos of the interactive Live Virtual Sessions.
We are so thankful to this year’s keynote presenters Skye Bowen
(Peel District School Board) and Kristin Reimer
(Monash University, Melbourne)!
- Fostering Relationships at Work: Workplace Culture and Restorative Justice (Shelby Arnold)
- How to apply the principles of RJ to interactions with parents / How to transform IEP meetings using RJ circle process (Courtney Clarke)
- Practical lessons for implementing Restorative Justice practices in a classroom setting (Lesley Facey)
- Relationships First Parenting/Caregiving: Building Connections and Improving Communication with your Child/Children through Restorative Practices (Alice Hunt)
- Community Justice Connect: centering restorative justice, anti-racism and anti-colonial ways of being (Catherine Kelly, Carey Majid & Maria Dussan)
- Cultivating Connection: The power of putting relationships first in education (Stephanie Lidstone)
- The impact of COVID-19 on teachers Restorative Justice in Education (RJE) practice in Newfoundland and Labrador (Min Lu)
Implementation Guide Handbook for Schools: Thoughtful revisions that integrate Indigenous ways of being & knowing (dorothy vaandering & sarah McDonald)
- Striving for Harmony: Relationality in Music, Restorative Justice, and Indigenous Education (sarah McDonald)
- Promoting Reconciliation Through Land Acknowledgements (Penny Pinsent, Margaret Cranford, Deon Perry & Dr. Rosemary Ricciardelli)
- How RJE intersects with honouring Queer and 2SLGBTQ+ students in our schools (Em Sopkowe)
- Welcome Session: (Re)Centering RJE (dorothy vaandering & Rod Jeddore)
- (Re)Centering Relationships in the Early Years (Jennifer Brown)
Fee: $50 (plus tax) for individual access, $200 (plus tax) for whole-school access
*Please choose at least one fee before continuing