A chance to get what I’ve got from Restorative Practices

Without wanting to transcribe the short video below there are two key benefits I’ve taken from becoming a Restorative educator:

Firstly, I sleep better!  Yep – the art of practicing restoratively means that the gap between my purpose and my practice is narrower.  This means that I go home every day feeling aligned and ethically safe.

Secondly, it works!  Believe me – I wouldn’t be advocating anything to you that isn’t going to make you more effective in the short and long term.  Allowing Restorative Practices to impact my instructional model is simply the most powerful career decision I ever made.

Which begs the question, NSW Teachers and School Leaders – would you like a piece of that?

If so just head to this link and register for a day on Friday 26th April that’s going to change all of your days after it.  

Adam

RESTORATIVE CLASSROOMS, STRONG CLASSROOMS – SYDNEY

Restorative Practices, done right, has proven to be the key to improving Student-Teacher relationships, driving up engagement, building a respectful culture and enhancing teacher effectiveness. And here’s the kicker – it’s fantastic for reducing Teacher Stress too.

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RESTORATIVE CLASSROOMS, STRONG CLASSROOMS – MELBOURNE

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One day is all it takes to transform your instructional model, your relational focus and your classroom climate.  It’s really a no-brainer!

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RESTORATIVE CLASSROOMS, STRONG CLASSROOMS – PERTH

Teacher stress is caused by the absence of a plan for improvement in student behaviour. This day is about building that plan.

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