Restorative Practices Changes You

Often we focus on how restorative practices can change our students and school climate. But it can also change us…those responsible for implementation. One Cohort 2, year 3 administrator tells his/her story.

“Restorative practices has affected me personally by changing the way I interview and question kids about behaviors by using restorative questioning techniques.

This has affected me by creating a shift from punitive actions and a ‘remember what you did’ mindset to working to develop a sense of community and responsibility. This has led to a more productive and trusting relationships with students and parents.

It has changed the way I interact with my own children.”

How has restorative practices affected you personally?


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