Classroom Resources

August 19, 2019

NEW

Children's Picture Books and RF/RJE

Librarian Renee Farrell, who has taken the RJ course, has compiled this presentation about children's literature that fit the different categories of Restorative Justice Education.

For even more classroom resources, be sure to check out our Book Recommendations through #RFBookClub

August 19, 2019

NEW

Children's Picture Books and RF/RJE

Librarian Renee Farrell, who has taken the RJ course, has compiled this presentation about children's literature that fit the different categories of Restorative Justice Education.

VIEW THE ORIGINAL PRESENTATION --> HERE

For even more classroom resources, be sure to check out our Book Recommendations through #RFBookClub

July 22, 2019
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Play-Based Learning and RJE

Christa Bambick explores the connection between restorative justice in education and play-based learning, and how learning is tied to feeling interconnected through healthy and nurtured relationships.

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The development of healthy relationships is the best way to end violence.

 

The resources listed below focus on themes of belonging, emotions, conflict and conflict resolution as well as the importance of developing connections with others. As teachers, you know your students’ likes and dislikes, their backgrounds and what may/may not be appropriate for them. Please make sure that the resources you chose fit the needs of your students. Be sure to visit us on Pinterest and Twitter for more information and resources.

 

Resources for Primary/Elementary Teachers  

 

 

Resources for Junior/Senior High School Teachers 

 

 

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