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Teachmeet - RDS - RP

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Michelle Stowe

on 27 September 2016

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Transcript of Teachmeet - RDS - RP

Restorative Practices

Building Relationships through
Positive Communication

support it, model it, cultivate it


Share the RP love with whole school community


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RP fosters the use of explicit practices including:

Relationship SCALE
Fair Process
Restorative Language
Restorative Questions
Circles
Conferencing
Define RP

MOM RP
Today's Intention
Way of Being

Set of Skills
Restorative Practices
Builds
positive
relationships
Tools
to
resolve
conflict
Proactive
Reactive
RP's MOM!
M
otivation
O
bservation
M
echanics
Motivation
Observation
Mechanics
Considering the Relationship SCALE
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FRESH Values
Fair
Respectful
Engaging
Safe
Honest
Source: (IIRP) International Institute of Restorative Practices
Good relationships need to be at the heart of everything if effective teaching and learning are to take place...

(Hopkins, B. 2004)
Restorative Practice (RP) is a
collaborative
and
proactive

way of being
that aims to
build community
and
manage conflict
by modelling positive behaviour.

( Stowe, M. 2012)
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