The Building of Relationships through Restorative Practices

Lane, Denise
September 2005
International Journal of Learning;2005/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p41
Academic Journal
Focusing on utilizing a collaborative inquiry approach through reflection on practice we have learned that emotional intelligence adds values to students, classroom learning and teachers' professional learning. We focused on developing positive relationships and behaviour development approaches by providing programmes based on forming positive student-adult relationships and enhance peer relationships through explicit social learning pedagogy and the need for students to make amends or restore a relationship with a peer or adult (restorative practices, after a behavioural issue in the classroom or yard.


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