Restorative Resolutions address well-being and attendance for students and school staff.

What is restorative practices?

Restorative Practices is a way of thinking and being that cultivates community, supporting well-being and achievement. Restorative Practices fosters the conditions that promote a positive sense of self, spirit and belonging. Restorative Practices provides a framework to maintain community when challenges and conflicts arise and to restore community when needed.

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Services

Restorative practices awareness training, circles workshop & ongoing support, coaching and online extended training

How to have critical conversations in large groups. Aug. 2/22

Listen now on I-Tunes Circle Forum  Summer Short on Circle Forum are stories where our practice changed because something restorative did not work out well. That’s how Steve changed his practice after running a staff circle with the best of intentions. It was WAY too big a group for an important conversation on racism. To learn more …

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Rapid dive too deep ruins circle conversation July 26/22

Listen now on I-Tunes Circle Forum  Summer Short on Circle Forum are stories where our practice changed because something restorative did not work out well. We are often asked if we’ve run circles that have crashed and burned. The answer is a big YES. Stan tells a story about a Grade 8 class that was already …

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3 Things you can do to connect with colleagues today – July 19/22

Listen now on I-Tunes Circle Forum  Summer Shorts on Circle Forum is a series of short stories with a difference.  These are mistakes we made in our restorative practices AND how that changed our practice. Steve describes a circle he did in a classroom, what he learned and 3 things he’s changed in his practice with …

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Uncover extremely valuable responses to harmful words from colleague – July 12/22

Listen now on I-Tunes Circle Forum  Summer Shorts on Circle Forum is a series of short stories with a difference.  These are mistakes we made in our restorative practices AND how that changed our practice.  Shelley describes how a harmful comment from one staff member impacted a second staffer.  Using restorative practices with adults changed Shelley’s …

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