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What is a Restorative Conference?

Your school or campus might already use conferences to deal with behavior issues, but restorative conferences are a bit different. In restorative conferences, victims, offenders, and their friends and family take an active role in resolving any conflicts. A restorative conference is an example of restorative discipline. You should use restorative practices when you wish to […]

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What is Restorative Discipline?

You’ve likely heard the term “restorative discipline” used on your campus before. It’s a philosophy that’s been getting a lot of attention lately in the education world. But, despite the term’s growing popularity, you might not know what restorative discipline really is. Restorative discipline is just one branch of the larger restorative practices tree. The […]

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What is a Restorative Conference?

Your school or campus might already use conferences to deal with behavior issues, but restorative conferences are a bit different. In restorative conferences, victims, offenders, and their friends and family take an active role in resolving any conflic…

What is Restorative Discipline?

You’ve likely heard the term “restorative discipline” used on your campus before. It’s a philosophy that’s been getting a lot of attention lately in the education world. But, despite the term’s growing popularity, yo…

From Dings to Dynamite Behavior Compliance Conference – Register Today

Has your campus been staged on behavior indicators for PBMAS or on DVM?  Do you want to gain new knowledge about Restorative Discipline?  How does your campus deal with your most challenging students?  These questions and so much more will be addressed at the From Dings to Dynamite Conference on November 8th & 9th at […]

What happens when instead of suspensions, kids talk out their mistakes? – The Hechinger Report

What happens when instead of suspensions, kids talk out their mistakes? – The Hechinger Report. PITTSFIELD, N.H. — When freshman Hope Parent left her cellphone unattended at Pittsfield Middle High School, last year, her classmate Brandon Bojarsky saw his chance for a little fun. Grabbing the device off a windowsill in their Spanish class, he […]

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