06/08 - Restorative Practices

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1. Social Capital

1.1. Punititive

1.1.1. Authoritarian

1.1.2. Confrontation

1.1.3. Power struggles

1.2. Restorative

1.2.1. Cooperative

1.2.2. Collaborative

1.2.3. Problem Solving

1.2.4. Consistency

1.2.5. High expectations

1.2.6. Accountable

1.3. Permissive

1.3.1. Makes excuses

1.3.2. Chaotic

1.3.3. What is ok?

1.3.4. Giving in

1.3.5. Inconsistent

2. Definition

2.1. Whole school culture and ethos

2.2. A way of building, supporting and nurturing relationships

2.3. A positive way of managing behaviours

3. Why Restorative Practice

3.1. Moves away from punishment

3.2. Values relationships

4. Restorative Practice

4.1. Accountability

4.1.1. Consequence for actions

4.1.2. Needs to be an intrinsic link

4.1.3. Genuine Accountability

4.1.3.1. Understand the consequences of the action

4.1.3.2. Taking the responsibility of the behaviour

4.1.3.3. Take steps to repair the damage

4.2. Values

4.2.1. Participation

4.2.2. Respect

4.2.3. Honesty

4.2.4. Humility

4.2.5. Empowerment

4.3. Common Assumptions

4.3.1. Academic Errors

4.3.1.1. Students trying to make correct response

4.3.1.2. Errors are inevitable

4.3.1.3. Students who achieve good work deserve recognition

4.3.2. Social Errors

4.3.2.1. Students are trying to be disruptive

4.3.2.2. Students who are having difficulties should be punished

4.3.2.3. Students should behave without recognition

4.3.3. Aim: Teach kids social skills

4.3.3.1. They don't know normal behaviour

4.4. Building Social Captial

4.4.1. 1. Build Relationships

4.4.2. 2. If things go wrong

4.4.2.1. Low

4.4.2.1.1. Classroom chat

4.4.2.1.2. Circle solutions

4.4.2.1.3. Restorative conversations after class

4.4.2.1.4. Corridor chat

4.4.2.2. Medium

4.4.2.2.1. Classroom with whole class

4.4.2.2.2. Restorative dialogue between several students

4.4.2.3. High

4.4.2.3.1. Community chat

4.5. Strategies when things go wrong

4.5.1. Promote collaborative problem solving

4.5.2. Provide the opportunity for positive social skill modelling

4.5.3. Sit within a consistent framework

4.6. Questions for restoring

4.6.1. What happened

4.6.2. What were you thinking at the time?

4.6.3. What have you thought about since

4.6.4. Who do you think has been affected by this

4.6.5. In what way

4.6.6. What do you think needs to happen to make it right

4.7. Restorative Languages

4.7.1. Promotes collaborative problem solving

4.7.2. Using structured questions

4.7.3. Remain calm and professional

4.7.4. Consider tone

4.7.5. Allow students time to respond

4.7.6. give clear messages

5. Social Emotional Learning

5.1. Self Awareness

5.2. Self Management

5.3. Decision making

5.4. Social Awareness

5.5. Relationships

6. Circle Activities