SRPC Training | Beginning of Independence Group LLC 866-348-4085

SRPC® Training offers schools the potential to do something different,
to challenge the way that people think, behave and change.

SRPC® Training offers schools the potential to do something different, to challenge the way that people think, behave and change.

SRPC® Training offers schools the potential to do something different, to challenge the way that people think, behave and change.


Roy Burton is a dynamic and engaging presenter. He is knowledgeable on Restorative Justice and presents the information in an interactive format. The information is easily transferable to your own educational setting.


This was an awesome training.
Very practical and relatable. 


The techniques learned through the Restorative Practice training can help build relationships with students, decrease behavior issues, and increase student achievement.


This training was inspiring, engaging, specific and helped my staff and I feel as though we were well-equipped to implement Restorative Justice effectively within our building. 


Roy’s presentation gets to the heart of what it takes to build relationships with students and handle behavior issues in a dignified, respectful manner. He presents in an engaging manner.


Roy was great to work with. He was well received by our teachers and had great ideas for implementation. We would use him again in a heartbeat!

We use a data-based, analytical problem-solving approach to find and resolve root causes of unwanted behavior in schools.

STEP 1: Problem Identification
 

What’s the problem?

If students are not being successful in an area, what could we do differently as professionals to ensure that each student is successful and that staff time is spent more effectively?

 

STEP 2: Problem Analysis

 

Why is this occurring?

The key here is to focus everyone’s efforts on analyzing the problem for the “root cause”. Once the root is identified, plans can be made to fix it.

 

STEP 3: Intervention Design

 

What are we going to do about it?

This is a creative as well as practical step that involves a very systematic approach to eliminating issues that are not root causes, then focusing our attention on tangible solutions that can solve the problem.

 

STEP 4: Response to Intervention

 

Is it working?

At this point we have developed a clear PLAN of action with the ability to track, and gather information on how it’s working in order to make any adjustments if necessary.

 


Roy Burton is a dynamic and engaging presenter. He is knowledgeable on Restorative Justice and presents the information in an interactive format. The information is easily transferable to your own educational setting.


This was an awesome training.
Very practical and relatable. 


The techniques learned through the Restorative Practice training can help build relationships with students, decrease behavior issues, and increase student achievement.


This training was inspiring, engaging, specific and helped my staff and I feel as though we were well-equipped to implement Restorative Justice effectively within our building. 


Roy’s presentation gets to the heart of what it takes to build relationships with students and handle behavior issues in a dignified, respectful manner. He presents in an engaging manner.


Roy was great to work with. He was well received by our teachers and had great ideas for implementation. We would use him again in a heartbeat!

We use a data-based, analytical problem-solving approach
to find and resolve root causes of unwanted behavior in schools.

STEP 1: Problem Identification
 

What’s the problem?

If students are not being successful in an area, what could we do differently as professionals to ensure that each student is successful and that staff time is spent more effectively?

 

STEP 2: Problem Analysis

 

Why is this occurring?

The key here is to focus everyone’s efforts on analyzing the problem for the “root cause”. Once the root is identified, plans can be made to fix it.

 

STEP 3: Intervention Design

 

What are we going to do about it?

This is a creative as well as practical step that involves a very systematic approach to eliminating issues that are not root causes, then focusing our attention on tangible solutions that can solve the problem.

 

STEP 4: Response to Intervention

 

Is it working?

At this point we have developed a clear PLAN of action with the ability to track, and gather information on how it’s working in order to make any adjustments if necessary.

 

What are Restorative Practices?

School-based Restorative Practices offer proven strategies and techniques to resolve disciplinary and bullying issues. The goal is to promote safety, inclusion, respect, and positive relationships—all enhancing a school’s learning environment.

What are Restorative Practices?

School-based Restorative Practices offer proven strategies and techniques to resolve disciplinary and bullying issues. The goal is to promote safety, inclusion, respect, and positive relationships—all enhancing a school’s learning environment.

Why use
Restorative
Practices?

Restorative Practices are most effective when implemented as a whole-school approach. The goal is to reduce violence and bullying, improve behavior, restore relationships and, above all, repair harm. The result is a reduction in the need for disciplinary actions and an improvement to the school environment.

Why use
Restorative
Practices?

Restorative Practices are most effective when implemented as a whole-school approach. The goal is to reduce violence and bullying, improve behavior, restore relationships and, above all, repair harm. The result is a reduction in the need for disciplinary actions and an improvement to the school environment.

What is
Restorative
Language?

Open questions: Encouraging full answers, rather than just a yes or no.
Fair & Respectful: Everyone has the opportunity to speak and is respectful to all parties.
Non-judgmental: Questions and answers are not prejudged.
Inquiring: Don’t assume what happened—listen.
Shared vocabulary: A fluent and shared vocabulary facilitates emotional literacy and effective conversations.

What is
Restorative
Language?

Open questions: Encouraging full answers, rather than just a yes or no.
Fair & Respectful: Everyone has the opportunity to speak and is respectful to all parties.
Non-judgmental: Questions and answers are not prejudged.
Inquiring: Don’t assume what happened—listen.
Shared vocabulary: A fluent and shared vocabulary facilitates emotional literacy and effective conversations.

Benefits of Restorative Practices

Implementing Restorative Practices helps develop a caring, supportive, and empathetic school environment.
  Creates a respectful culture.
  Promotes positive relationships.
  Develops self-esteem and self-confidence.
  Creates a highly enjoyable learning environment.
  Promotes social and emotional development.

Benefits of Restorative Practices

Implementing Restorative Practices helps develop a caring, supportive, and empathetic school environment.
  Creates a respectful culture.
  Promotes positive relationships.
  Develops self-esteem and self-confidence.
  Creates a highly enjoyable learning environment.
  Promotes social and emotional development.

Coming together is a beginning…
Keeping together is progress…
Working together is success!

Coming together is a beginning…
Keeping together is progress…
Working together is success!

Coming together is a beginning…
Keeping together is progress…
Working together
is success!

SRPC TRAINING
845 Church Street Concord, NC 28025 
866-348-4085

roy.burton@srpctraining.org
www.SRPCTraining.org



Michigan Restorative Practices
Trainers & Consultants
23550 Harper Ave Suite 207
St. Clair Shores MI 48080
586 204-2222 

roy.burton@mirptc.org
www.MIRPTC.org

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