Restorative Consciousness Process in Education

  • The Restorative Consciousness Process invites organizational and individual leaders to participate in a process involving consistently engaging in conversations designed to raise equity, diversity, restorative consciousness, and promote professional and personal growth. The dialogue in this process will inspire participants to seek out awareness and exposure training allowing all aspects of the educational environment to become a place that honors and celebrates diversity and promotes UNITY.

  • PHASE ONE: Caring and Committed Conversations and Surveys

  • PHASE TWO: Raise Awareness and Invite Expose

  • PHASE THREE: Transform Yourself and Create Change

Sarah Miller: CRT Specialist

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    Sarah Miller
    Culturally Responsive Teaching Specialist
    952-492-4305  direct
    952-492-2336  main

    952-492-4446  fax
    815 Sunset Drive
    Jordan, MN 55352
    Learn more about Ms. Miller

Malik Peer: Equity & Outreach Specialist

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    Malik Peer
    Equity & Outreach Specialist
    612-401-8220  cell
    952-492-6200  main

    952-492-4445  fax
    500 Sunset Drive, Suite #1
    Jordan, MN 55352
    Learn more about Mr. Peer


  • Mr. Peer opening a Caring and Committed Conversation
    Mr. Peer welcoming students and staff to a "Caring and Committed Conversation" (2017)

    student mentoring during committed conversation
    Students mentoring others during caring and committed conversation (2019)

    Ms. Miller opens the "Caring and Committed Conversation" hosted by Jordan with two surrounding schools, Shakopee and Prior Lake Savage. (2019)

    Lots of listening AND laughter at the "Caring and Committed Conversation" (2019)

    An amazing day hosting these students from Shakopee and Prior Lake Savage Schools! (2019)

    Active listening during a Caring and Committed Conversation
    Active listening during a "Caring and Committed Conversation" (2017)

    The READO program is an independent reading project aligned to Minnesota academic standards with three purposes: 1) Create reading habits, 2) Incorporate diverse perspectives through literature that celebrates differences, and 3) Foster a love for reading. Learn more about READO.

    Student recognition during Harambee monthly school celebration (2018)

    Harambee reflection
    Harambee reflection (2018)

    CCC and AIPAC
    Native Dancer performs for Jordan Students (2018) (event sponsored by JPS American Indian Parent Advisory Council and our Equity and Outreach Team)

    Grade 5 Celebration of Learning
    Grade 5 "Celebration of Learning" (2019)

    International Dinner
    One of our favorite nights of the year – student talent and delicious food! (2018, 2019)

    Learning to make tamales from scratch! Served over 200 at the DLC/ELC Dinner (2018)

    Serving international foods at DLC activity night
    Serving international foods at DLC Activity Night (2017)

    refugee unit
    8th grade students had the privilege of hearing Gospel Kordah share his refugee experience. In Language Arts and Social Studies, students have been reading the novel, "Refugee" by Alan Gratz and researching different refugee crises both historical and current. (2017, 2019)