Using Restorative Practices in the Classroom

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Learning Activity

Using restorative practices in the classroom is an effective way to build class community, repair harm, and strengthen class relationships. Through restorative questions, teachers can teach students to think through their actions and come up with a plan to make things right. With class circles, teachers are able to proactively build community while providing a platform for their students to manage their relationships in a way that promotes shared responsibility and respect.

Review the resources on restorative practices in the classroom and think about how you can use restorative practices with your students. 

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