Circles are used to help prevent harm and conflict by helping to build a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility in the school...

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Circles are used to help prevent harm and conflict by helping to build a sense of belonging, safety, and social responsibility in the school.

Does your school's disciplinary system need a refresh? Check out our article on Restorative Justice for a meaningful way to shape the conversation.

Restorative Justice: A Different Approach to Discipline

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restorative practice image … not sure I like all the questions, but good inspiration to design my own for emotional regulation or chain for target behaviors

Restorative Justice Conversation Starters Lanyard Cards

Restorative Justice Conversation Starters Lanyard Cards

AWESOME restorative justice conversation starters that can be purchased on Teachers Pay Teachers. Can be used to help aid in the reflection after the event occurs.

Restorative Practices to Resolve Conflict/Build Relationships: Katy Hutchison at TEDxWestVancouverED

In this TED talk, the speaker connects Restorative Practices to the important impact and relation to schools and students, and how to resolve conflict to build relationships.

Yes. "Never Apologize."  I've always wondered how someone is suppose to right the wrongs they've done.  I was always taught that if you make a mistake, if you hurt someone then you should make amends, that usually means saying I'm sorry.  I think this explains it pretty well.

"I'm sorry" is a statement. "I won't do it again" is a promise. "How do I make it up to you" is a responsibility ~ Drake

Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!

Classroom Management Makeover

Business and management infographic & data visualisation Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!… Infographic Description Classroom Management Makeover: Tips and logical consequences cheat sheet!

Getting Started with Proactive Restorative Circles - Teachers vs Zombies

Guide to help teachers & counselors begin to facilitate proactive restorative circles. Supports restorative justice in schools & contains an infographic.

A Few Things Worth Reading: Restorative Justice Practices

A Few Things Worth Reading: Restorative Justice Practices - "do no further harm" - "repair harm and restore the relationship.

Restorative justice question cards are a great tool to keep in your school ID lanyard. #restorativepractices #rj #restorativejustice

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Restorative justice question cards are a great tool to keep on your school ID lanyard. Great for teachers on duty.

This document provides you with `180 different discussion starters to be used one per day. Topics are divided into the following categories: First two weeks getting to know you starters Weekly star student starters Weekly PBIS (character) starters Weekly topics for

Restorative Practices Circle Time Discussion Starters: 180 Days

This document provides you with `180 different discussion starters to be used one per day. Topics are divided into the following categories: First two weeks getting to know you starters Weekly star student starters Weekly PBIS (character) starters Weekly topics for

A great video from the Restorative Justice Council explaining the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) and what it could mean for your organisation.

A great video from the Restorative Justice Council explaining the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) and what it could mean for your organisation.

What is Restorative Practice? The fundamental premise of restorative practices is that people are happier, more cooperative and productive, and more likely to make positive changes when those in authority do things with them, rather than to them or for them.

SOCIAL DISCIPLINE WINDOW: The four windows represent how your parenting style reflects the way you discipline your child.

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