Restorative Practices and Peer Mediation Training Manual
As public schools begin the shift from punitive discipline to positive behavior interventions and supports, restorative practices are becoming increasingly popular. This manual was created to assist in the implementation of peer mediation/peer court programs utilizing restorative practices through mediation and arbitration. It includes information and handouts for both the adult facilitator and the students being trained. Hands-on activities help keep students involved and participating. Answer keys are included for the various student worksheets and activities. A separate workbook with only the student worksheets is also available.
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