Educators across the country are replacing punitive discipline with a restorative approach, resulting in fewer suspensions and expulsions. Learn how educators make these practices successful in their classrooms and schools.
- When an administrator is called in to deal with a disruptive student, the situation is serious. This is a model for helping the student calm down so they can remain in class.7.4k
- Addressing students’ behavior can be tough, but it’s possible to approach them in ways that show compassion and help them feel ready to discuss the issue.1.2k
- Students who struggle to get their words out may be prone to misbehavior, but restorative practices can help them feel heard.252
- See what happens when students and faculty participate in regular meetings to build trust and promote deeper learning.20k
- In lieu of a more punitive approach, students use restorative practices to resolve conflicts and reflect on their behaviors.11.1k
- Students at Pittsfield Middle High School are trained to mediate conflicts between their fellow students—and between students and teachers.11k
- Teachers can rebuild connections and create an educational environment in which they support students and each other.1.8k