Blog posts tagged with "Restorative Justice"


Peer Pressure and Peer Intervention - One Voice Can Make the Difference

January 17 2019

It takes multiple people and multiple comments to convince someone to do something they don’t want to do, but it takes only one person and one voice to speak up and point out that it’s wrong and to say “you don’t have to do it”.


Engaging Students and Parents in Building a Restorative School Culture

February 5 2018

Today more and more schools are implementing a restorative practices approach in their school climate improvement efforts. However, too many schools fail to recognize the importance of fully engaging two critical “stakeholder” groups: students and parents/families.


How School Punishment is Being Replaced by Restorative Approaches

March 8 2017

Over the last decade a variety of factors have coalesced and contributed to significant changes in how schools address discipline issues. As a result of pressure from the government, coupled with a recognition that suspensions are often meted out disproportionately and often don’t result in improved behavior, schools are moving away from “zero-tolerance” policies and toward alternative approaches that are more effective.


Restorative Practices: Building Accountability, Repairing Relationships and Creating Safer Schools

October 24 2016

Restorative Practices teach social-emotional skills and help build a strong caring community that experiences fewer harmful acts of mistreatment. Restorative Justice moves schools away from punishing students for their harmful acts towards helping them correct their behavior, thus restoring a sense of community and well-being for all those who have been impacted, as well as for the school at large.


Using Restorative Practices to Reduce the Need for Discipline

March 14 2016

Many people come to Restorative Practices believing that it is a discipline program. However, it is more effective to view Restorative Practices as a way of thinking and a set of proactive strategies and processes that reduce misbehavior, thereby reducing the need for discipline.


Restorative Practices: 5 Keys to Successful Implementation - Part 2

February 18 2015

In Part 2 of this series, in which we are outlining 5 key strategies for successful implementation of Restorative Practices (RP), we will cover:
- Staff Engagement / Overcoming Resistance
- Using Systems Thinking
- Strategic, Incremental Implementation


Restorative Practices: 5 Keys to Successful Implementation - Part 1

February 2 2015

In this 2-part series we outline 5 key strategies for successful implementation of restorative practices (RP). In this first part we will address the first two:

- Strong Leadership / Leading Restoratively

- Creating a Learning Organization


Restorative Justice in Practice, Part 2: How to Get Started

February 25 2014

As we wrote about in Part 1, Restorative Justice and Restorative Practices stand as both a philosophy of discipline and an approach whose time has come.

Subscribe to our blog

Categories


Types


Tag Cloud

zero-tolerance policy, youth violence, youth substance use, youth gang prevention, whole school climate, ways to stop bullying, waking up courage, teen suicide, teen drug use, teen alcohol use, teacher-student relationships, suspension costs and losses, suicide prevention, social-emotional learning, social media, sexual misconduct, sexual harassment on campus, school safety, school climate research, school climate legislation, school climate, school bus bullying, school bullying policy, school bullying, safer schools, safe schools, safe school ambassadors, risk management, rick phillips, restorative practices, restorative justice, post-election hate crimes, peer pressure, peer intervention, peacemaker, pbis, national bullying prevention month, monitoring children's online activity, mindfulness, lgbtqi youth, inside-out approach, how to stop bullying, hazing, hate crimes in schools, gang prevention, cyberbullying, columbine, bystander to upstander, bullying video, bullying prevention, bullying laws, bullying, bully, back to school, atod, adolescent substance use