Communicating the 9 elements

Brochure: Restorative Practice supporting well-being and achievement in Ontario schools

This brochure briefly defines Restorative Practice, highlights the foundations of Restorative Practice, and outlines a tiered approach to Restorative Practice. The brochure provides a general overview of the actions included in the Restorative Practice continuum. 

La Pratique Réparatrice - Soutenir le bien-être et le rendement des élèves dans les écoles de l'Ontario

In French, this brochure briefly defines Restorative Practice, highlights the foundations of Restorative Practice, and outlines a tiered approach to Restorative Practice. The brochure provides a general overview of the actions included in the Restorative Practice continuum. 

Foundations of Restorative Practice

This resource is complementary to the poster, providing an in-depth description of the nine interconnected elements of Restorative Practice. 

Les fondements de la Pratique réparatrice.

La Pratique réparatrice est une façon de penser et d’être qui développe la communauté, soutenant le bien-être et le rendement. La Pratique réparatrice encourage les conditions qui favorisent une image positive de soi, un état d’esprit et un sentiment d’appartenance positifs. La Pratique réparatrice fournit un cadre permettant de maintenir la communauté lorsque des défis et des conflits surviennent et de restaurer la communauté si le besoin se présente.

Poster: Restorative Practice: Cultivating Community

This poster illustrates the nine interconnected elements upon which Restorative Practice is based. These elements (i.e., healthy relationships, voice, fair process, structure and support, safety, empathy and perspective-taking, ownership, learning, belonging and interdependence) provide the foundation to cultivate caring and healthy communities. This information is presented in nine interconnected pieces that form a cohesive circle. The circle represents the individual and collective needs that must be nourished so that all can thrive, and represents the restorative act of being in circle. At the centre of the circle are the words “well-being and student achievement,” highlighting the important role Restorative Practice plays in supporting well-being and in fostering the conditions in which learning can occur. 

La Pratique réparatrice :Développer la communauté.

This poster in French illustrates the nine interconnected elements upon which Restorative Practice is based. These elements (i.e., healthy relationships, voice, fair process, structure and support, safety, empathy and perspective-taking, ownership, learning, belonging and interdependence) provide the foundation to cultivate caring and healthy communities. This information is presented in nine interconnected pieces that form a cohesive circle. The circle represents the individual and collective needs that must be nourished so that all can thrive, and represents the restorative act of being in circle. At the centre of the circle are the words “well-being and student achievement,” highlighting the important role Restorative Practice plays in supporting well-being and in fostering the conditions in which learning can occur. 

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