Restorative Coaching Program

OFFERED FOR THE FIRST TIME TO STAFF
AT SELECTED DC SCHOOLS

November, 2018 – June, 2019

So very sorry – enrollment for the program for 2018-2019 is now closed. We have reached capacity.  If you would like to know about a future program of this type, please fill out the form on the Enroll Now page.

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Just Imagine

  • Using your talents to empower youth while experiencing a minimum of disrespect
  • Growing new skills for guiding others to define their goals and attain them
  • Connecting to the passion and excitement that led you to work in Education
  • Resolving conflicts effectively in your professional and personal lives
  • Belonging to a community of caring professionals supporting each other
  • Finding the golden nugget in even the most challenging interactions

You owe it to yourself to explore this unique opportunity

No need to 

  • Travel to another city 
  •  Lose time from work
  •  Pay thousands of dollars in tuition –  or pay anything at all!
  •  It’s FREE to eligible persons

AND it includes

  • Direct positive impact on your current work relationships and challenges
  • Reduction of stress and increase in ease in all relationships
  • Warmth of in-person trainings combined with convenience of online support
  • Coaching specific to what is going on in your life

Program Begins November 10, 2018
Limited to 25 participants, District Wide
Don’t be disappointed!

Program Begins November 10, 2018
Limited to 25 participants, District Wide
Don’t be disappointed!

Program Overview

This program FEATURES:

  • 8 months of instruction & coaching, so that you can develop AND apply these life skills
  • 4 hours one Saturday morning each month, of engaging, interactive training
  • 1 hour once a month in small support groups, online with live support from the comfort of your home
  • Meeting virtually teachers, coaches and trainers from around the world, including Asia, Africa, and the Middle East
  • Optional activities to deepen your learning including journal guides, personal mentoring, additional resources

 

Choice of 3 levels of participation: each level earns a letter documenting what you accomplished

  • Level 1: For those who attended and participated in a minimum of 10 hours of training
  • Level 2: Completed Program
  • Level 3: Exemplary completion, demonstrated knowledge of concepts and ability to apply them

“It was wonderful to meet regularly with a group of educators committed to supporting themselves and each other in re-connecting to their vision of serving youth by building academic and social emotional competence.  We learned many useful skills and practices but most importantly I left every Saturday training feeling “I am not alone” no matter how low and depleted I might have felt when I arrived. And hugely important to me was the marked improvement in my relationship with my grown son when I started using Restorative Communication skills.”

Kamala Subramamian

Art Teacher, SEED Public Charter School

The Restorative Coaching Program draws the best from three major, evidence-based processes for building positive relationships and social change:

  • Restorative Practices
  • Coaching
  • Nonviolent Communication

Program Begins November 10, 2018
Limited to 25 participants, District Wide
Don’t be disappointed!

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Asst Teachers and others working with student groups

School Leaders

Mental Health Professionals, Behavior Specialists and others working one-on-one with students

Growing community, creating buy-in, building trust and empathy

Influencing and inspiring others, increasing accountability

Reaching withdrawn students, building resiliences