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The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools : Games, Activities, and Simulations for Understanding Restorative Justice Practices
by Lindsey Pointer and Kathleen McGoey and Haley Farrar




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Engaging Practices for Integrating Restorative Justice Principles in Group Settings

As restorative practices spread around the world, scholars and practitioners have begun to ask very important questions: How should restorative practices be taught? What educational structures and methods are in alignment with restorative values and principles? This book introduces games as an effective and dynamic tool to teach restorative justice practices. Grounded in an understanding of restorative pedagogy and experiential learning strategies, the games included in this book provide a way for learners to experience and more deeply understand restorative practices while building relationships and improving skills. Chapters cover topics such as:

  • Introduction to restorative pedagogy and experiential learning
  • How a restorative learning community can be built and strengthened through the use of games and activities
  • How to design games and activities for teaching restorative practices
  • How to design, deliver, and debrief an activity-based learning experience
  • In-depth instructions for games and activities for building relationships, understanding the restorative philosophy, and developing skills in practice

An ideal handbook for educators, restorative justice program directors and trainers, consultants, community group leaders, and anyone else whose work draws people together to resolve disagreements or address harm, this book will serve as a catalyst for greater creativity and philosophical alignment in the teaching of restorative practices across contexts.

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Overview

Engaging Practices for Integrating Restorative Justice Principles in Group Settings

As restorative practices spread around the world, scholars and practitioners have begun to ask very important questions: How should restorative practices be taught? What educational structures and methods are in alignment with restorative values and principles? This book introduces games as an effective and dynamic tool to teach restorative justice practices. Grounded in an understanding of restorative pedagogy and experiential learning strategies, the games included in this book provide a way for learners to experience and more deeply understand restorative practices while building relationships and improving skills. Chapters cover topics such as:

  • Introduction to restorative pedagogy and experiential learning
  • How a restorative learning community can be built and strengthened through the use of games and activities
  • How to design games and activities for teaching restorative practices
  • How to design, deliver, and debrief an activity-based learning experience
  • In-depth instructions for games and activities for building relationships, understanding the restorative philosophy, and developing skills in practice

An ideal handbook for educators, restorative justice program directors and trainers, consultants, community group leaders, and anyone else whose work draws people together to resolve disagreements or address harm, this book will serve as a catalyst for greater creativity and philosophical alignment in the teaching of restorative practices across contexts.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781680995886
  • ISBN-10: 168099588X
  • Publisher: Good Books
  • Publish Date: March 2020
  • Page Count: 136
  • Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.35 pounds

Series: Justice and Peacebuilding

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