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20 min Into to RP

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Michelle Stowe

on 29 January 2018

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Transcript of 20 min Into to RP

Restorative Questions
RP fosters the use of explicit practices including:

Relationship SCALE
Fair Process
Restorative Statements
Restorative Questions
Meetings
Circles
Conferencing
RP's MOM!
M
otivation
O
bservation
M
echanics

Observation
Mechanics
..if we are not modelling what we teach, we are teaching something else..
(Hopkins, 2006, p.163)
www.connectrp.ie
@connect_rp
www.mstowerp.wordpress.com

Restorative Practice is a
values-based way of being
; it aims to consciously
build relationships
,
manage conflict
in a healthy way, and
CONNECT
us to our best selves and to one another.

Stowe 2017
Motivation
Good relationships need to be at the heart of everything if effective teaching and learning are to take place...

(Hopkins, B. 2004)
support it, model it, cultivate it!
Visit connectrp.ie for CPD opportunities
How the RP Questions work...
separate the
person
from their
behaviour
objective & respectful
allow everyone to tell
their
story
support people to
listen
to each other
elicit emotional responses
take everyone from the past (what happened) to the future (solution-focussed and repairing harm)
support people to take responsibility for their actions
consistent use promotes fairness
..I've come to the frightening conclusion that
I am the decisive element
in the classroom. It's
my personal approach
that creates the climate. It's
my daily mood
that makes the weather. As a teacher,
I possess a tremendous power
to make a child's life miserable or joyous.
I can be a tool
of torture or an instrument of inspiration.
I can
humiliate or humor, hurt or heal. In all situations, it is
my response
that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or de-escalated and a child humanized or de-humanized..

Haim Ginott
www.connectrp.ie
@connect_rp
www.mstowerp.wordpress.com
5:1
Way of Being

Set of Skills
Restorative Practice
Builds
positive
relationships
Tools
to
resolve
conflict
Proactive
Responsive
values
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