Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice is now available!

08 March 2021

Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice shares advice on how to put behaviour right when it goes wrong in a more positive, less punitive way, and, more importantly, on how to get it right and keep it right in the first place. Furthermore, it advocates an approach that is collaborative, empowering and positive “ and ultimately geared to improve motivation, engagement and independent learning in even the hardest-to-reach young people. Find out more and order your copy here.

Paul Dix, behaviour specialist,

œIndependent Thinking on Restorative Practice is a tour de force in restorative working. Practical, authentic and intelligent, this book is crucial for anyone serious about a relational approach to teaching.

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