Source: (2009) Thesis submitted for the degree of Master of Arts in Adventure Education. Prescott College.
This thesis discusses adolescent psychology, experiential education, adventure education, service-learning, and restorative justice in the context of creating a restorative justice curriculum for a low income, inner city, and secondary school in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The curriculum was developed throughout a year of working with students at Capital High School and refined throughout the implementation process. The curriculum includes standards, administrative set
up, unit outlines, and specific restorative justice encounters. It is designed in a way that allows it to adapt in order to fit the facilitator and specific site needs of any secondary school. (Excerpt).
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