This Training Handbook is addressed to educators working in schools and informal educational settings. It introduces the concept of restorative justice and it aims to provide them with new tools in order to support pupils and young people to become young music mentors focusing on addressing social marginalisation.
The Handbook is structured around 5 modules (an introduction module and 4 educational training content modules). Each Module is composed of 2-3 Units. A module i involves 4-5 hours of learning.
The Handbook can be used alongside an Ecourse that is accredited with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) status (minimum 20 CPD learning points – Intermediate level) by the RJ4All International Institute. It is supplemented by the CPD certified ecourse Restoring Respect through Music Education: Addressing social marginalisation (https://rj4all.uk/online/courses/rrme_de/).
The handbook has been developed by the consortium of the Erasmus+ project “Restoring Respect through Music Education” (RRME).
Co-funded by Erasmus+ Grant Agreement N: 2020-1-UK01-KA201-078840 and coordinated by Dr. Theo Gavrielides