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

Close the revolving door on staffing shortages – Sept. 13/22

Listen now on Circle Forum  If staffing is a revolving door at your workplace, consider this week’s podcast on how to keep staff engaged with restorative leadership. We reflect on the research recommendation from the Rand Corporation: ”Leaders who have not made adult relationships a priority could consider transferring the strategies they use to build …

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Burnout due to unfair treatment at work leaving schools staggeringly short staffed – Sept.6/22

Listen now on Circle Forum  The biggest source of burnout in the workplace is, according to Gallup, “unfair treatment at work.” Schools are no exception and staff are leaving in droves. In our new season, we will be focusing on restorative leadership and engagement…of adults. This week’s podcast features a story from Shelley where the …

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Every change in schools requires symmetry for kids and grownups. Sept.2/22

Listen on Circle Forum  Here’s another episode of Summer Shorts on CircleForum where we’re telling stories about situations where things did not go well or things weren’t working right. In a conversation earlier this year with Perry Smith from Abbotsford Schools in BC, we talk about what it takes to make a change in schools. …

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First time fears for teacher fall when coached through circle. August 31/22

Listen now. Circle Forum  Summer Shorts on CircleForum are stories where things did not go well and how that changed our practice.  In this podcast, we go back to a story we heard earlier this year from Brooke Monks, an experienced teacher who was very apprehensive about doing her first circle until…Steve coached her through …

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