Source: (2010) Thesis submitted for the degree of Masters of Education. Nipissing University, Ontario.
This narrative evaluates 1 teacherâ€Ÿs journey through the use of restorative justice and restorative practice (RJ/RP) in education. The author sets out to explore how RJ/RP could be used to reduce suspensions and expulsions in schools as well as having a positive impact on stakeholders when implemented through a whole-school approach. Through the use of reflective journaling and autobiographical narrative, the author arrives at suggestions for how large Ontario school boards could implement RJ/RP programs and track their success. (Excerpt).
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