So many of you have expressed interest in learning more about restorative practices and we want to let you know that we're listening.
Which is why we're excited to announce a new free Community Library of articles, videos, infographics, training material, printables, quotes, and fun inspiration we are putting together pertaining to restorative practices in schools (and other related topics you may enjoy).
True to the restorative spirit, however, we've realized that it would be so much more restorative of us to create this resource library in collaboration with you (instead of pretending to be the internet's only all-mighty expert telling you what to think). As you likely know, restorative practice is about holding space for discussions that are healing and community-building while drawing on the wisdom of the circle's participants. Which is why we will be sharing our resources and findings but would also love to draw on your wisdom and hold space for this larger global discussion to unfold.
Which brings us to a few questions for you:
What are some of your favorite restorative practices links? ...
If you feel inspired to participate in the building of this Restorative Community Library, please share any resources you think we should include for the group. We have a very large global community and your thoughts and resources matter to greatly to us all and this movement at large. Let's get this message out there, together.
Please share a couple links to your favorite restorative resources with us:
Thanks for your help and be sure to keep an eye on our ever-growing Community Library on Pinterest. Simply click the graphic below to begin browsing.
Looking forward to seeing what great resources you have to share with our community!
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Amos Clifford, Guide and Restorative Council Mentor; trainer in restorative justice, restorative dialogue with nature, and circle-keeping and the way of council; mentor.