Four Ways To Connect

At NEDRP, we acknowledge the adjustments that you have had to make over the last few months and are extremely proud of how educators have found ways to pivot in their classrooms, neighborhoods, and think outside the box to continue to make connections virtually.
Even at the close of the school year, you are pouring an immense amount of work and dedication to ensure your students are cared for and supported.
Hopefully, you are ready to reimagine schooling. We are certainly prepared to reimagine what classes are going to look like in a variety of ways as we reopen in the fall. As a company, we have also recognized the need to shift to virtual training and find additional ways to connect with educators.
Virtual Training and the RCL Conference from NEDRP - National Edcuators for Restorative Practices
We want to pivot with you and meet your needs in order to continue to build and sustain relationships. School may be different, but connections and relationships are more needed and powerful than ever. We are still here! And now, there are 4 ways to connect with us moving forward.

Connect Now

  1. 1. Prerecorded 7.5 hour, self-paced training that unpacks all 6 of our proactive tools.
  2. 2. Live virtual training opportunities available as well.

Connect Moving Forward

  1. 1. Registration is open for our Relationship Centered Learning conference in Irving, TX on November 9th-10th, 2020. We are currently offering a risk free deposit of $279 to hold your spot for our conference. We will be ready to pivot to virtual if we need to!
  2. 2. We are also needing speakers for our conference so please consider submitting a proposal to speak at our conference as well!
Look for a lot more opportunities in the future to circle with our team, join our small community Facebook groups, listen to our future Relationship Centered Learning podcast, and many more!


We want to help you begin making connections immediately. Download our 6 free tools and start implementing Relationship Centered Learning in your classroom, today.