Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice: Building relationships, improving behaviour and creating stronger communities (Independent Thinking On ... series)

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Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice: Building relationships, improving behaviour and creating stronger communities (Independent Thinking On ... series)

Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice: Building relationships, improving behaviour and creating stronger communities (Independent Thinking On ... series)

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Having people leave your presence feeling better than when they arrived is one thing, but what about helping people feel better just by coming through the door? Covering coaching circles and the power of doing things with (and not to) children and young people, to moving your values off lanyards and posters and into the lived experience of every member of the school community, this book sets out how restorative practice – when done well – can transform every aspect of school life. To the power of doing things ‘with’ (and not ‘to’ or ‘for’) children and young people and adults, to moving your values off lanyards and posters and into the lived experience of every member of your school or organisation , readers will discover how restorative and relational practice – when done well – can be transformative. In my experience Mark is a lively and engaging trainer with a passion for his subject that is infectious.

Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice: Building relationships, improving behaviour and creating stronger communities (Independent Thinking On . This is aimed at providing them with the confidence to resolve their own problems and generate their own values. Although now living in Nottingham, he is a lifelong Liverpool Football Club supporter and follows them closely, as well his local teams. From creating ‘circles’ to foster collaborative approaches to actually living your school values, not just displaying them (remember, if your values are on a lanyard around your neck, they’re probably not your values) to dealing effectively with conflict, there are so many facets to Restorative Practice as shared by Mark.Covering coaching circles and the power of doing things with (and not to) children and young people, to moving your values off lanyards and posters and into the lived experience of every member of the school community, this book sets out how restorative practice - when done well - can transform every aspect of school life. Restorative Practice takes effort but it is an effort that pays off both in the short term by improving the quality of school life but also in the longer term, setting everyone up to understand the power of communication, relationships and human connection. One of the crucial areas I focus on is working in collaboration, as this is where I add further value for you, the clients. It is full of practical ideas and advice on how to build relationships and create a restorative ethos at whole-school and classroom level.

St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. Please contact the Community Care Inform helpdesk or phone 020 3915 9444 if you require support or assistance or are unsure if you have a subscription. He has a particular interest in the application of RP in services working with young people with learning difficulties and disabilities and has worked with specialist services to develop this approach.

Restorative and relational based practice describe a way of being, an underpinning ethos, which enables us to build and maintain healthy relationships, resolve difficulties and repair harm when relationships breakdown. This has included the City of Leeds, where he has providing consultancy and modelled practice to develop a city-wide approach to Restorative Practices. But I suggest that neither the quality of the teaching nor of the learning can exceed the quality of the relationship between the teacher and the learner.

In short, anyone interested in the power of human relationships to enable change to happen will find material in this book to help them.The role of the peer is not to approve your learning but to support and help you to think about how you can improve your practice. All behaviour is due to an unmet need, and often the language we might use does not appreciate this. Furthermore, the teacher being present is key to this method, when the teacher is not there what will the students do?



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