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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR

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Ernie Buutveld

on 17 July 2015

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Transcript of POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR
FOR LEARNING ...for life

from policy to framework
CHARTER...

A Quality School
• optimising student success
• acknowledging basic needs
• addressing key competencies
• espousing core values

within a community of learners, helping them become self-evaluators and life-long learners who are capable, self-reliant participants in a 21st century democracy.

Values well known
Imaging a framework for kids
"structure" to Framework
Reinforcing the positive
Discouraging the negative
Punitive verses
Restorative
Responses
Punitive Responses focus on punishment
What rule has been broken?
Who is to blame?
What is the punishment going to be?
Restorative Responses focus
on accountability, healing & needs

What happened?
Who has been affected? How?
What needs to be done to put things right?
What do we need to do to move forward?

Jansen/Matla adapted Zehr
School Recognition
Community
Individual
Parents/Whanau
In Class Recognition

Great Expectations
Policy
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