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Getting More Out of Restorative Practice in Schools: Practical Approache
s to Improve School Wellbeing and Strengthen Community Engagement
- Margaret Thorsborne is the Managing Director of Transformative Justice Australia (Queensland) and Thorsborne and Associates in London, UK, a company committed to improving the way people relate to each other in the workplace, schools and other communities. With Peta Blood, Margaret co-founded Restorative Practices International (RPI), the world's first international membership organization for restorative practitioners. Margaret lives on the Sunshine Coast in Australia.
- Foreword from Fania Davis; Contributor Biographies; Introduction - Margaret Thorsborne (Australia), Gillean McCluskey (England) and Nancy Riestenberg (Minnesota, USA); PART I: IMPLEMENTATION; 1. Assessing Readiness for Restorative Practice Implementation - Sue Attrill (Australia), Beverley Turner (Australia) and Margaret Thorsborne; 2. Solving Something Positively - Carol Edgerton (Scotland), Lyndsey Broadfoot (Scotland), Samia Bashir (Scotland) and Sharon Fitzpatrick (Scotland); 3. The Art of Integrating School Climate Initiatives - Kerri Berkowitz (San Francisco, USA); 4. A Tale of Two Districts: Implementation of restorative practices in a large and small district - Cindy Zwicky and Nancy Riestenberg ((Minnesota, USA); 5. Youth Engagement in Restorative Justice - David Yusem (California, USA); 6. Evaluation - the Art of Valuing - Terence Bevington (England); PART 2: ALIGNING APPROACHES AND KNOWLEDGE WITH RESTORATIVE PRACTICE; 7. ToM goes to a Restorative School - Katie Cebula (Scotland) and Gillean McCluskey; 8. Transforming Teaching and Learning through Mindfulness Based Restorative Practices - Annie O'Shaughnessy (Vermont, USA); 9. Positive Education and Restorative Practice: Shared values, goals and practices - Denise Quinlan (New Zealand); 10. Restorative Processes and Trauma Sensitive Schools - Nancy Riestenberg; 11. Restorative Practice as Peace Practice - Terence Bevington and Anna Gregory (England); 12. The Brains Behind the Restoration - Nathan Wallis (New Zealand); 13. Restorative Group Conferencing: Repair Deep Student Disengagement with Education, Prevent the School- to-Prison-Pipeline - Sara Davis and Michael Friedman (Minnesota, USA; 14. Working Restoratively with Parents - Jim McGrath; 15. Te Ara Whanau - Family Solutions. Restorative and collaborative journeys towards family wellbeing in Aotearoa New Zealand - Julia Hennessy and Nici Nixon (New Zealand); Conclusion: What next? - Nancy Riestenberg, Gillean McCluskey and Margaret Thorsborne
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