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RESTORATION OF VOICE: FROM SUPPRESSION TO EXPRESSION

RESTORATION OF VOICE: FROM SUPPRESSION TO EXPRESSION © 2018 William A. Bledsoe, PhD  One of the most striking differences between a coercive response to misconduct, and a restorative response has [...]

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Ancient Wisdom at a Waldorf School: Part One

Ancient Wisdom at a Waldorf School: Part One © 2018 William A. Bledsoe, Ph.D. I believe that to really understand how and why a restorative approach to misconduct works, we have to go back to its [...]

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Building a Bridge by Forming a Circle: a Restorative Way Through Bullying

In Mountain Parent Magazine – Fall 2018 Issue Nine By: William A. Bledsoe, Ph.D. When my wife and I moved to Colorado in 1998, we wanted to find an elementary school for our daughter that [...]

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The 7 Principles of Restorative Communication

THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF RESTORATIVE COMMUNICATION – THE 7 R’s ™ A principle is a basic truth, ideal, or tenet that we rely on to guide our behavior. Most often, principles are based on a [...]

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When Restoration Fails…or Does It?

One of the goals of an advanced restorative approach to misconduct is to identify underlying reasons or issues that may be compelling a student to act in a destructive or harmful way. If you can [...]