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Restorative Justice Practices Bracelets

Stainless Steel Charm has the International RJ Symbol that connects restorative practices from all over the world.

Bracelet is multi-colored Peruvian Textile Wool with soft ribbon inside. 

Donation of $10 + $3 shipping (total of $13). Donation is deductible for IRS purposes, and benefits our youth in RJP. Multiple items at a discount - please contact us.
An Introduction to Restorative Circles - for Educators to use in Classrooms (currently used at Statesville HS in their homerooms for 2016-2017; each student has a circle process at least twice a week!)

Piedmont Mediation presents a compilation of circle activities to guide teachers in generating discussion towards developing social competencies within classrooms and school communities.

Introducing Circle Guidelines:      Speak from the Heart, Listen from the Heart, Be Spontaneous, Say Just Enough

Donation of $10 + $3 shipping (total of $13). Donation is deductible for IRS purposes, and benefits our youth in RJP. Multiple items at a discount - please contact us.
Outcomes: Through Circles,

Students will have experience dealing with conflicts and feel reasonably safe and supported in doing so.

The class works together to identify and solve problems that interfere with learning.

While the teacher is still in charge, there is a shift to shared responsibility for behavior management.  It becomes more of a team effort, with most of the students on the team.

Utilizing restorative practices, students' needs for social and emotional learning are supported in positive ways.

An understanding that conflicts are often managed by gathering in circles, following circle guidelines, and using restorative questions as a framework for a dialogue in which accord is reached.