The Restorative Practice Framework provides a construct to strengthen relationships and repair harm in a way that builds community. The framework workshop emphasizes proactive strategies for building strong relationships, engaging students, and addressing incidents of hurt/harm.
Caroline retired after many years as an educator in Edmonton, Alberta. During her career, Caroline taught at elementary, junior high and senior high, was a consultant for students whose behaviour could be challenging, and as a principal of several different schools. Caroline also had the opportunity to gain a provincial perspective through secondments to Alberta Children’s Services and Alberta Education. In 1998 Caroline was introduced to Restorative Practices and over the past 20+ years has been able to see first-hand how a restorative approach can transform schools and lives. In 2017, Caroline joined IIRP Canada as an instructor and coach.
Caroline received her BEd with a major in special education from the University of Alberta. She has also received an MEd in Educational Leadership from the University of Portland and most recently her Restorative Justice Certificate from Simon Fraser University.
Administrator/Administration, Counselors/Conseiller en orientation scolaire, Teachers/Enseignant
K-12/Tous niveaux Maternelle à 12
Registration includes handbook