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Category: Restorative Strategies

Dodging the Power Struggle Trap: Relatable and Relevant

Do Restorative Questions Work with Kindergarteners?

What Do Children & Teens Understand About Apologies?

Restorative Practices & Resolving Conflict: Affective Statements

Why We Don't Ask, "Why did you do that?"

Intervention Strategy #2: Model Problem-Solving Skills

Intervention Strategy #1: Re-direct

Prevention Strategy #10: Be Alert to Total Situation

Prevention Strategy #9: Ignore Minor Incidents

Prevention Strategy #4: Confident Tone of Voice

Prevention Strategy #3: Offer Straightforward Explanations for Limits

Prevention Strategy #2: Make Limits Effective

Prevention Strategy #1: Establish Clear, Consistent and Simple Limits

What Guidance Strategies Don’t Work?

Restorative Practices Changes You

Fake Apologies

What is Working & Not Working During COVID-19?

Ten Ways to Live Restoratively by Howard Zehr

Shoving Stops Using Restorative Practices Questions

Why Forcing "I'm Sorry" Doesn't Work

  • Are you relieved when certain students are absent?
  • Do you have students who “push your buttons”?
  • Do you find yourself butting heads with the same students day-after-day?

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