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  1. Nov 2019
    1. But every time I’ve heard a story like that, my first thought has always been, Holy crap. What kind of a relationship did that teacher have with those students? What was going on in the minutes, days, and weeks leading up to that chair being thrown?

      We need to look not just at the incident that occurred but what was happening in the relationships between the student and other students and the student and the teacher in the preceding weeks and months.

      The 3 Whys is a really useful tool here. Why did the student throw the chair, but why, but why...

  2. Aug 2019
  3. May 2017
    1. Through the narrative curriculum, I hoped that the students and I could together create a restorative class community that would provide academic support and school gravity for Abraham.

      I was happy to see this chapter move into a focus on restorative practices since there are many resources to support this kind of practices in schools and community spaces. Maybe as part of this project we can gather some together to share?