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Introduction to the Restorative Practices Continuum

Traditional methods of school discipline tend to be reactive and punitive in nature. Research demonstrates these methods are ineffective in guiding our students in learning how to “behave.” Restorative practices provide an alternative to traditional disciplinary methods that engage students in understanding how their choices and behaviors affect their community. In this course, learn about the Restorative Practices Continuum, which provides a framework ranging from informal processes to a more formal process. The continuum stresses 80% of Restorative Practices is intended to be done proactively and only 20% reactive.

Course Author(s)

Brad Theys


1 Hour



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