Restorative Practices is an approach to promoting positive behaviors that focuses on understanding the conflict and how to repair the harm, rather than traditional discipline.
This video outlines how it works in Spokane Public Schools.
SXSWedu Student Panelists interview their classmates (1st grade, 5th grade, 11th & 12th grade) about mindfulness.Uploaded Jun 18, 2018
A daily meeting provides space for students to reflect on their behavior and find positive ways to resolve conflicts.Uploaded Apr 03, 2018
Every teacher has had at least 1 defiant student in their class, if not more. It is often hard to handle a class when one student goes out of their way to say no to everything you say. Here are 5 tips to disarm a defiant student calmly without losing your patience.Uploaded Apr 03, 2018
Giving students a chance to step back from a tense situation and take time to cool down and reflect teaches them to manage their emotions and builds resilience and grit.
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A Ci3T middle school teacher describes portable games built by students where time to play them can be purchased with PBIS tickets as a reinforcer activity.Uploaded Mar 19, 2018
The School Responder Model is a strategy for meeting behavioral health needs to keep kids in school and an alternative to exclusionary discipline policies.Uploaded Dec 19, 2017
This video is so cute... listening to student voice about how they enjoy their mindfulness classes.Uploaded Dec 04, 2017
Teachers want to intervene in bullying situations but often don’t know what to do. That discourages students from seeking help and contributes to the likelihood that teachers will ignore the problem. This video points to resources for arming adults in their efforts to prevent or stop bullying.
To learn more about evidence-based ways for educators, parents and others to prevent or intervene in bullying visit http://nas.edu/ScienceOnBullying
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Our kids are our future, and it's crucial they believe it themselves. That's why TED Fellow Nadia Lopez opened an academic oasis in Brownsville, Brooklyn, one of the most underserved and violent neighborhoods in all of New York City — because she believes in every child's brilliance and capabilities. In this short, energizing talk, the founding principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy (and a star of Humans of New York) shares how she helps her scholars envision a brighter future for themselves and their families.Uploaded Aug 23, 2017