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Discipline In Schools

Restorative Justice has been applied in schools across the world to successfully build healthy school communities, support students and teachers, and address discipline issues.

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This is a little above my students' level, but if the slip were to be modified to be a visual slip, it could still fulfill the role of forcing students to define and address their misbehavior.

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This is a great resource to remember Restorative Justice Approach vs. the Traditional Approach when dealing with a situation. I will use this in my classroom for future conflicts that may arise. This will not only help me deal with the situation, but also help the students and others involved so they too can have closure and their voices heard.

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How to raise a successful, happy, cooperative child, while disciplining less. In 5 simple steps.The Child Whisperer

How to raise a successful, happy, cooperative child, while disciplining less. In 5 simple steps.The Child Whisperer

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Routines and procedures are of the essence for minimizing discipline problems and maximizing learning.

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ADHD Behavior Secrets: Better Discipline for Children

"My kid just doesn't care about consequences or punishment!" Every family is different — but we share a lot of struggles. This new download contains solutions to half a dozen frustratingly common behavior scenarios. Any of these sound familiar?

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Simple discipline technique - being positive! I used to give time-out after time-out and this is more effective for my 6-year-old. I count 1-2-3 before moving his name down to give him a chance to correct. And an end-of-day reward is great incentive to stay in the 'Happy zone'.

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