We’ve all had at least one educator who has impacted our life in a positive way. We couldn’t possible thank educators enough for all that they do for students every day.
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As many schools shift to the implementation of social and emotional learning (SEL) lessons into their curriculum, restorative practices are a great tie-in to building relationships, managing emotions, and giving students and educators an opportunity to build these skills in a way that is productive and useful to all. Let’s dive deeper into what restorative justice is, what the benefits of it are, and how you can work to integrate it into your school’s culture.
In an ideal world, you’d be able to sit down with each of your students in a private conversation to check in with them and their mental health. What if there was a way you could figure out who is in need of a deeper check-in, saving you time? One educator’s approach to tackling this issue is going viral on Facebook – and we love what it stands for!
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