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Restorative Justice Pocketbook. by Thorsborne, Margaret.; Vinegrad, David.; Hailstone, Phil.;
Cover -- Copyright Notice -- Enjoy the read! -- Title page -- Publisher -- C o n t e n t s -- Foreword -- I n t r o d u c i n g R e s t o r a t i v e P r a c t i c e -- What is restorative practice? -- How does it work? -- Putting RP into practice - Sam and Kyle -- What happens next? -- A Social Discipline Window -- Using the Social Discipline Window -- 1. Neglectful - NOT holding students accountable -- 2. Permissive - support FOR the wrongdoer -- 3. Punitive - things done TO the students -- 4. Restorative - things done WITH the students -- In conclusion -- R e l a t i o n s h i p s a n d F a i r P r o c e s s -- Some considerations -- Can we all agree on...? -- The power of relationships -- Outcomes vs strategies -- Deciding outcomes -- More on outcomes -- Outcomes for the Sam and Kyle incident -- Fairness - does it matter? -- Delivering fair process -- Triangle of needs -- Substantive needs for Sam and Kyle -- Procedural satisfaction for Sam and Kyle -- Emotional satisfaction for Sam and Kyle -- What about the teacher's needs? -- How about parents' needs? -- When it's sorted, it's over! -- Putting it all together - measuring success -- The need to uphold school values -- R e s t o r a t i v e R e s p o n s e s -- Six stages for Sam and Kyle -- 1. Engagement -- 2. Reflection -- 3. Understanding the harm/impact -- 4. Acknowledgement -- 5. Agreement - making a plan to fix things -- 6. Arranging for follow-up -- The restorative chat -- Restorative chat and social discipline -- T h e R e s t o r a t i v e C o n t i n u u m -- The punitive continuum -- Introducing the restorative continuum -- Managing the big discipline incidents -- What do we mean by the bigger discipline incidents? -- Restorative big deals -- Moving from punitive to restorative -- A quick word about shame -- T h e S m a l l G r o u p C o n f e r e n c e.Back to Sam and Kyle -- Serious trouble for Sam -- Applying the restorative continuum -- Setting up the Small Group Conference -- Seating plan -- Step 1 - Introduction -- Step 2 - Reflection -- Step 3 - Understanding the harm done -- Step 4 - Acknowledgement and apology -- Step 5 - Agreement. Making a plan and arranging follow up -- Wrapping up the conference -- Closing the conference -- T h e B i g D i s c i p l i n e I s s u e s -- Serious stuff -- The Community Conference -- What is a Community Conference? -- Who attends a Community Conference? -- Time required -- Outcomes -- What happens in a conference? -- Sam and Kyle continued -- What's really going on? -- Kyle's thinking -- And the victims -- Some 'significant others' -- The staff who have been affected -- More people involved in the incident -- Preparations for the conference -- The start of Sam and Kyle's conference -- The mid-point of the conference -- Making the conference agreement -- Closing the conference -- F i n a l W o r d s o f A d v i c e -- Get the basics right -- Spend time on the relationship -- Parents and young brains -- Let's say it again: outcomes before strategy -- First seek to understand -- Focus on the harm done -- Include those harmed in 'fair' problem solving -- Work on making things right rather than punishment -- Model, model, model -- Remember who owns the relationship -- Three golden rules -- 1. Restorative Chat script -- 2. Small Group Conference script -- 3. 'No Blame Classroom Conference' script -- 4. Community Conference script -- Websites and training -- Recommended reading -- About the authors -- Title listings.Schools that have adopted the ancient principles of restorative justice in their approach to behaviour management report better relationships with young people, greater engagement in learning and a greater development of social and emotional competence among learners. No surprise, then, that interest in restorative practices is growing. It's all about relationships. Wrongdoing is viewed through a relational lens'. All those responsible for and affected by the behaviour are involved in solving the problem. Working in conference with a teacher/facilitator, participants come to understand the harm done to people and relationships. Accepting that such harm creates obligations and liabilities, they then focus on repairing the damage and putting things right. Expert practitioners Margaret and David provide a thorough grounding in restorative practice, with worked examples and easy-to-follow teacher scripts to get you started. If RJ is new to you, you'll be a convert in no time! Concise, comprehensive and accessible, this book is an essential companion for any school beginning its restorative journey and an aide-memoire for those already embarked.' Mick Levens, Deputy Head, Forest Hill School I welcome this pocketbook as a practical and clear guide for school staff on using the spectrum of restorative practices with pupils.' Graham Robb, Education Consultant and Youth Justice Board member If you're searching for the something' in the something must done' be mantra, you should read this book. It de-mystifies the use of restorative approaches in schools, clearly and simply outlining theory and practice, as well as offering a persuasive case for change. Its straightforward, informative style and common-sense, step-by-step approach make it essential and enjoyable reading for both new and experienced practitioners.' Siân Williams, Behaviour InclusionCo-ordinator, London Borough of Lewisham.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Restorative justice -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.;Restorative justice.;
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Building a Trauma-Informed Restorative School : Skills and Approaches for Improving Culture and Behavior. by Brummer, Joe.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
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Restorative Theory in Practice [electronic resource] : Insights Into What Works and Why by Hopkins, Belinda.; Thorsborne, Margaret.; Wallis, Pete.(DLC)2112668; Felton, Mo.; Drewery, Wendy.; Vander Vennan, Mark.; Denicolo, Pam.; Cameron, Shona.; Shearer, Ann.; Vaandering, Dorothy.;
Contributors explain the diverse range of theories which underpin restorative practice. With examples of conventional and innovative applications across a range of settings, they demonstrate how the theories translate into effective practice.
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© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Restorative Practice and Special Needs [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide to Working Restoratively with Young People by Burnett, Nicholas.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
Restorative Practice and Special Needs: A Practical Guide to Working Restoratively with Young People; Foreword: Respecting Everyone's Ability to Resolve Problems; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part 1 Restorative Practice; 1 Restorative Practice: The Basics; 2 Restorative Process and the Continuum of Practice; 3 Developing Social and Emotional Competence and Restorative Problem-solving Skills; Part 2 Special Needs and Adaptations; 4 Restorative Practice and Special Needs: Challenges, Implications and Possible Adaptations; 5 Case Studies; Part 3 Additional Issues to Consider6 Restorative Practice after Physical Restraint7 Working with Parents and Staff ; 8 Managing Organisational Change: Developing a Whole-organisation Approach to Restorative Problem-solving; Glossary ; Resources; References; Subject Index; Author IndexRestorative Practice (RP) is being used increasingly in different settings, but using RP with those who have Special Needs requires a different approach. This practical guide explains how RP can be adapted for those with additional needs and to see real improvement in behaviour and learning.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Children with disabilities -- Behavior modification.; Children with disabilities -- Education.; Children with disabilities -- Psychology.; Educational psychology; Psychology, Applied.;
© 2015., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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A Practical Introduction to Restorative Practice in Schools : Theory, Skills and Guidance. by Hansberry, Bill.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
Half Title -- Of Related Interest -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword by Margaret Thorsborne -- Acknowledgements -- Preface -- Part 1. Thinking Restoratively: Challenging Paradigms about What to Do when Things Go Wrong -- 1 An Intractable Conflict -- 2 Courage, Connectedness and Restorative Work -- 3 How to be in Charge - Four Modes of Discipline and Control: More Asking and Less Telling -- 4 Restorative Practice in Action: The Case of Tristan and Jason -- 5 Different Questions, Different Outcomes -- Part 2. Feeling Restoratively: A Psychological Framework for Restorative Practice -- 6 Silvan Tomkins and Humans as Emotional Beings -- 7 Affect: What Makes Humans Tick? -- 8 A Blueprint for Mentally Healthy Schools -- 9 Affect Shame: Our Inbuilt Social Alarm Bell -- 10 Grasping the Nettle: Shame's Difficult Demand -- 11 The Compass of Shame -- Part 3. Working Restoratively: Restorative Approaches for Different Ages and Situations -- 12 Continuums of Responses to Disruption and Wrongdoing -- 13 Positive Behaviour Correction -- 14 Affective Statements and Conversations -- 15 The Individual Conference -- 16 The Small Group Conference -- 17 The Large Group Conference -- 18 The Classroom Conference -- 19 The Community Conference -- 20 The Leaving Well Conference -- 21 The Path to Better Restorative Conversations -- 22 Circles for Building Community and Teaching Restorative Thinking -- Part 4. Following Through Restoratively: Managing a Restorative Programme through Follow-Up, Accountability and Relationship Management -- 23 'What Have We Agreed to Here?': Holding Young People Accountable -- 24 Creating Conference Agreements -- 25 Recording and Managing New Conference Agreements -- 26 After the Conference: Relationship Management and Accountability -- 27 How to Review Conference Agreements.28 Keeping Colleagues in the Loop About Conference Agreements -- 29 Keeping Parents in the Loop About Conference Agreements -- 30 Concluding Thoughts -- Appendix 1: Pre-No-Blame Classroom Conference Student Reporting Pro Forma -- Appendix 2: Example No-Blame Classroom Conference Pre-Conference Letter to Parents -- Appendix 3: Example No-Blame Classroom Conference Post-Conference Survey -- References -- Subject Index -- Author Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Coral Battleground [electronic resource]. by Judith, Wright.;
Cover; About the Author; Other books by Judith Wright; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Publishers' Preface; Foreword, 2014 by Margaret Thorsborne, AO; Foreword, 1996 by Judith Wright; Foreword, 1977 by Judith Wright; Introduction; 1. The First Manoeuvres; 2. The Government, Science and the Reef; 3. Move and Counter-move; 4. Tragedy Abroad; 5. Geologists versus Biologists; 6. People Take a Hand; 7. The Unions Move In; 8. A Halt, and a Surrender; 9. Quarrels and a Victory; 10. From Torres Strait to Canberra; 11. We Get Reinforcements; 12. The Fight That Should Not Have Been Needed13. Four Years of Looting14. Finale Without an Ending; Postscript; References, Sources and Bibliography; Index; AcknowledgementsThe Great Barrier Reef lies off the coast of Queensland: 2000 kilometres of spectacular coral reefs, sand cays and islands, Australia's most precious marine possession. Teeming with life, it covers 350,000 square kilometres. In the late 1960s the Reef was threatened with limestone mining and oil drilling. A small group of dedicated conservationists in Queensland - John Büsst, Judith Wright, Len Webb and others - battled to save the Ellison Reef from coral-limestone mining and the Swain Reefs from oil exploration. The group later swelled to encompass scientists, trade unionists and politici
Subjects: Electronic books.; Conservation of natural resources -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).; Coral reef ecology -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).; Environmental protection -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).;
© 2014., Spinifex Press,
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The Psychology of Emotion in Restorative Practice [electronic resource] : How Affect Script Psychology Explains How and Why Restorative Practice Works by Kelly, Vernon.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
The Psychology of Emotion in Restorative Practice: How Affect Script Psychology Explains How and Why Restorative Practice Works; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part 1 The Theory Underpinning Restorative Justice: Affect Script Psychology; Chapter 1 Caring, Restorative Practice and the Biology of Emotion; Chapter 2 Interpersonal Caring, Social Disciple and a Blueprint for Restorative Healing; Part 2 The Theory in Action in Communities and the Criminal Justice Setting; Chapter 3 Being Emotional, Being Human: Creating Healthy Communities and Institutions by Honoring Our BiologyChapter 4 Restorative Practice in a Policing Environment: Understanding Affect Will HelpChapter 5 Forgiveness; Chapter 6 A Necessary Discovery: Why the Theory is Important; Part 3 The Theory in Action in Organizational Settings; Chapter 7 Keep Calm and Carry On: From Fear to Fun over Two Years in a British Youth Arts Organization; Chapter 8 Drama Queens; Part 4 The Theory in Action in Education; Chapter 9 Affect and Emotion in a Restorative School; Chapter 10 They Suck, School Sucks, I Suck: The Secret Emotional Life of a Child with a Brain That Learns Differently; The ContributorsSubject IndexAuthor IndexThis book explains the biological theory behind Restorative Practice (RP), showing how and why RP works. Through case studies of RP in different settings, including criminal justice, organizational settings and education, the book shows how the theory of Affect Script Psychology provides the basis for RP, and how theory can be applied in practice.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
© 2014., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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The Coral Battleground [electronic resource]. by Wright, Judith.(SAGE)1563629;
Cover; About the Author; Other books by Judith Wright; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Publishers' Preface; Foreword, 2014 by Margaret Thorsborne, AO; Foreword, 1996 by Judith Wright; Foreword, 1977 by Judith Wright; Introduction; 1. The First Manoeuvres; 2. The Government, Science and the Reef; 3. Move and Counter-move; 4. Tragedy Abroad; 5. Geologists versus Biologists; 6. People Take a Hand; 7. The Unions Move In; 8. A Halt, and a Surrender; 9. Quarrels and a Victory; 10. From Torres Strait to Canberra; 11. We Get Reinforcements; 12. The Fight That Should Not Have Been Needed13. Four Years of Looting14. Finale Without an Ending; Postscript; References, Sources and Bibliography; Index; Acknowledgements; Back CoverThe Great Barrier Reef lies off the coast of Queensland: 2000 kilometres of spectacular coral reefs, sand cays and islands, Australia's most precious marine possession. Teeming with life, it covers 350,000 square kilometres. In the late 1960s the Reef was threatened with limestone mining and oil drilling. A small group of dedicated conservationists in Queensland ? John Büsst, Judith Wright, Len Webb and others ? battled to save the Ellison Reef from coral-limestone mining and the Swain Reefs from oil exploration. The group later swelled to encompass scientists, trade unionists and politici
Subjects: Electronic books.; Conservation of natural resources --Australia --Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).; Coral reef ecology -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).; Environmental protection -- Australia -- Great Barrier Reef (Qld.).;
© 2014., Spinifex Press,
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Implementing Restorative Practice in Schools [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide to Transforming School Communities by Blood, Peta.; Thorsborne, Margaret.;
Implementing Restorative Practices in Schools: A Practical Guide to Transforming School Communities; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; What's in this Book and What Isn't; Terminology; Section1: A Whole School Approach; 1 Restorative Practice Explained; 1.1 A Changing Paradigm in Schools; 1.2 The Problem with Punishment; 1.3 History of Restorative Practice in Schools; 2 Restorative Practice in Schools; 2.1 Building Social Capital; 2.2 The Continuum of Practice; 2.3 A Whole School Approach; 2.4 The Link between Pedagogy, Social and Emotional Literacy and RP3 The Restorative School: Begin with the End in Mind3.1 Cultural Change: Changing a Paradigm; 3.2 The Restorative School; Section 2: Managing the Change Process; 4 Understanding the Change Process; 4.1 Rogers' Diffusion Model of Innovation; 5 Why Change Fails; 5.1 Kotter's Eight Mistakes and the Consequences; 5.2 Zigarmi et al.'s Fifteen Mistakes; 6 Change is an Emotional Process; 6.1 The Emotional Stages; 6.2 The Blueprint for Emotional Connection; 6.3 What Concerns do People Have?; 6.4 Denial; 6.5 Resistance; 7 Elements of an Effective Change Process; 7.1 First and Second Order Change7.2 The Elements of Effective Change7.3 The Rate of Adoption; 8 The Importance of Leadership; 8.1 Leading the Way; 8.2 Leadership Behaviours; Section 3 Making It Happen: AnImplementation Guide; 9 Overview; 9.1 Seven Circles; 9.2 Eight Steps for Change; 10 Getting Ready for Change; Step 1 Making a Case for Change; Step 2 Putting an Implementation Team Together; Step 3 Creating a Vision for the Future; 11 Overcoming Inertia and Getting the Ball Rolling; Step 4 Communicating the Vision to Capture Hearts and Minds; Step 5 Removing Obstacles and Empowering Action; Step 6 Generating Short-term Wins12 Implementing and Embedding ChangeStep 7 Keeping the Pressure On; Step 8 Maintaining the Gains; Conclusion; Appendix 1 Eight Step Planning Grid: Getting Ready for Change; Appendix 2 Readiness for Change Checklist; Appendix 3 Audit Tools; Appendix 4 Sample Detention Survey; Appendix 5 Strategic Planning Template; Appendix 6 Key Planning Areas; References; Further Reading; Subject Index; Author Index; Blank PageA guide which explains the value of restorative approaches in schools and its potential to transform behaviour and educational achievements. It also details how to achieve the cultural and organisational changes needed in order to ensure that restorative practice 'sticks', featuring sample pro formas and charts.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Education; Problem children -- Behavior modification.; Problem children -- Education.;
© 2013., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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