Click here to view a brief informational video applying theory and philosophy to principles and practice of restorative justice in education.

If our goal is to improve relationships with others, we begin with the relationship we have with ourselves. 

The ability for each member to value all other team members, despite their differences, is the bedrock upon which a solid team is built.

Providing learning opportunities for each objective in the curriculum consumes the majority of a teacher’s time. Unfortunately, despite the time and energy poured into this, many capable students still do not avail of these opportunities. 

It is easy to think of institutions and the policies within as fixed structures. Many students and educators feel as though they must adjust their thoughts and values to align with those of their institution. As powerful as they may seem, institutions are not immovable objects.

Circles can be applied in a variety of different contexts for a variety of different purposes. Various kinds of circles can be used in a positive learning environment to better implement Restorative Justice.

We all have a deep need for belonging. This is especially evident among youth. Youth learn a great deal from the interaction they have with their peers in a classroom.

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