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By Belinda Hopkins

Restorative justice is a dynamic and leading edge method of facing clash in colleges, selling figuring out and therapeutic over assigning blame or dishing out punishment. it might probably create an ethic of care and justice that makes colleges more secure and happier, not just via lowering clash, but additionally by way of constructing energetic citizenship talents, strong vanity, open verbal exchange and group paintings in scholars. From a instructing historical past herself, Belinda Hopkins is on the vanguard of the advance of restorative justice within the united kingdom, and during this useful instruction manual she provides an entire university method of repairing damage utilizing various capacity together with peer mediation, therapeutic circles and convention circles. She presents transparent, sensible counsel for team classes and examines matters and concepts in relation to sensible ability improvement for facilitators. in actual fact dependent and with photocopiable sheets, this e-book is a superb source for academics, university counsellors and adolescence employees looking a extra optimistic and potent solution to care for clash in academic settings.

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