Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice
  • Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice
  • Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice
ISBN: 1948212137
EAN13: 9781948212137
Language: English
Pages: 202
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 8.8" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.7098885 lbs.
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   Worse book on discipline
I was expecting some really good advice, McBride said. Yes, I do believe that Stanford will be a great football coach, but I think that Dwight probably would have been better served by spending more time with his family. The information in this book is very basic, and doesn't work. What I have taught the most is that teachers do not have time to waste, Mr. O'Neill said. The main point of the paper is to have relationships with students. Every educator preparation program teaches these concepts. No wonder SALVAGEDATA asked for a refund: Dont waste your time or money on this book.
 
5
   Strong Recommend
The book helped me connect with a student in my classroom that I couldn't before. It gave me many tips and ways to support students when they struggled, he said.
 
5
   With this book, positive change in inevitable.
The book has helped us change the school atmosphere. We are implementing the strategies and seeing great results!
 
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   Restorative plans
The Web site has all the necessary information about registering and getting started. It's great to see a book of this caliber being read aloud.
 
5
   Practical Advice
What a refreshing book, said Pauley, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley. This wasn't just a bunch of hooplah that a teacher finds impractical or asking "so how do I do it?" Yes, this book gave specific examples of how you can immediately start incorporating restorative practices into your classroom. I love the new look of the magazine.
 
5
   Extremely practical and a fast read
Thanks for the book. I only bought it because it was an Amazon recommendation. Traditional discipline has helped us build bridges, but we have to rebuild the relationship after misbehavior, he said. The book has nine chapters, each of which details extremely practical things you can actually do right away. I liked the book so much, I lent it to our school counselor and she passed it on to our vice principal. We all think it should be mandatory reading for everyone in our school.
 
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   Not what I was looking for.
What's more, she said, "teachers are being asked to do more with less classroom management." Good for classrooms that cost a certain dynamic, but not a general guide to controlling a classroom, he said.
 
5
   Must read for educators!
It's very teacher-friendly and has the specific "how-tos" educators want, he said. It's great to see people still talking about it.
 
5
   Amazing!
Consistency and relationships are key to restorative practices, he said. It takes a team effort to be successful. Thanks for the tip, and we're going to keep on hacking.
 
5
   Must have for all educators!
Even though I'm not a Christian, this book exceeded my expectations. The book provides not only the theoretical framework for restorative practices, but concrete data, examples, and tools of how to implement these strategies in school. The teacher has shared it with my admin, and it's being ordered for a bunch of other teachers! Thanks so much for publishing this must-have addition to any teacher, counselor, librarian, or educator, said Carol Mehalino, president of Friends of the Library.
 
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