There Are No Weeds in This Garden

11 de abr. de 2024 · 23m 34s
There Are No Weeds in This Garden
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You are bigger than your biggest mistake. How does it make you feel to hear that? It might give you the feeling that you can start over or try again....

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You are bigger than your biggest mistake. How does it make you feel to hear that? It might give you the feeling that you can start over or try again. It might cause you to reflect or feel relieved. Restorative practices in our schools help our students understand each other and where they are coming from. While restorative practices can be used as a strategy for conflict resolution, they’re also used for community building and developing trust. Our guests explain why restorative practices are important and result in more learning happening in the classroom. We also explore how restorative practices can be used as a response to a new law that requires schools to use non-exclusionary practices PreK-3. 

Guests:
Natalie Sawatzky - Principal, Meadowbrook Elementary
Maria Bearre-Boynne - Restorative culture coordinator
Suzanne Pakenham - Student success advocate, Meadowbrook Elementary

Resources:
TED Talk: Three Practices for Wisdom and Wholeness
TED Talk: The Single Most Important Parenting Strategy (Restoring Relationships) 
Additional Restorative Culture Trainings from MDE
Note to Educators: Hope Required When Growing Roses in Concrete
5 Ways to Implement Restorative Practices in the Classroom
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