Relational-Restorative Practices is a differentiated relational approach used to manage and assist students with improving their behavior performance.
It has TWO MAIN COMPONENTS:
PROACTIVE “RELATIONAL” METHOD:
FOSTER MEANINGFUL/GENUINE relationships and building a sense of community and belonging.
Address conflict, confrontation, and violations of RELATIONSHIP agreements while attempting to avoid exclusionary consequences and zero tolerance policies.
Just as differentiated instruction entails using an array of means for meeting students instructional needs, restorative practices offer educators an array of means for meeting a students emotional, behavioral needs.