Restorative practices, evolved from restorative justice, has the potential to positively influence human behavior.

Restorative practices, evolved from restorative justice, has the potential to positively influence human behaviour. This is an excellent model to share with school leaders.

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Great article on Restorative Practices. Introducing restorative circles to students. Students participate in understanding the impacts of their behavior and the harm done to others.

I like that this reflection sheet gives a student the ability to identify why they did something, as well as how it impacted on others.

To reward or to punish?

Free Behavior Reflections Graphic Organizer from Laura Candler. Use this graphic organizer instead of the typical "time out" form to have students reflect on why they made the choices they made and how their choices affected others. This is awesome.

Daniel Reisel: The neuroscience of restorative justice | Talk Video | TED

Daniel Reisel studies the brains of criminal psychopaths (and mice). And he asks a big question: Instead of warehousing these criminals, shouldn't we be using what we know about the brain to help them rehabilitate?

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: Resources for Schools | Edutopia

Restorative Justice: Resources for Schools

Explore resources and case studies that demonstrate how to bring restorative justice to your school or classroom.

This form works well for keeping track of incidents in the classroom. It is also really helpful for us as teachers to not respond in the heat of the frustration. Instead of me immediately responding to their behavior, I provide them with the incident form.

Restorative Practices' Questions-Incident Report

This form works well for keeping track of incidents in the classroom. It is also really helpful for us as teachers to not respond in the heat of the frustration. Instead of me immediately responding to their behavior, I provide them with the incident form.

Let’s face it, trying something new is scary. Here are so quick tips to using restorative justice.

Here are some quick tips to using restorative justice. These tips may help teachers in their classrooms with their students.

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