I enjoyed how the modules were easy to follow and laid out. I also appreciated our Zoom sessions as they were not too long but they did allow us a chance to ask questions and role play different scenarios that could occur. I see myself using what I have learned here first within my classroom and hopefully will be able to get my staff onboard to use these practices as well.
Teaching Kids to Solve Problems! #realrestitution #basicneeds https://rebeccagrayblog.wordpress.com/2022/09/25/lets-hear-it-for-independent-problem-solvers/
Restitution in action! #realrestitution https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid0zKhTdmX34uuyYDk7ehTGGWgGqm6bzrx9piz1xvrWsDLcPYNegiXmarqvcRe8gPn6l&id=100057635102539
Basic Needs Check In! #realrestitution #backtoschool https://rebeccagrayblog.wordpress.com/2022/08/29/getting-ready-for-school/
Such an awesome group! #realrestitution
Started Real Restitution Part 1 today with @rebeccalgray Looking forward to learning with this lovely group of Administrators from far & wide! @SD22Vernon
And that’s a wrap on #realrestitution Part 1 with @rebeccalgray !! Thank you for guiding us on this journey! @SD22Vernon2
Summer Learning Opportunity! #realrestitution https://rebeccagrayblog.wordpress.com/2022/05/03/summer-learning-opportunity/
Are We Good or Evil? https://rebeccagrayblog.wordpress.com/2022/04/23/are-we-good-or-evil/ via @rebeccalgray #realrestitution
So true!!! I’m at the point in my career where I have see intergenerational trauma firsthand. I wish we could see that adults are really just big kids. #TikTok https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMLXw3eth/ #realrestitution
Time to make your failure resume!
“Restitutions provides a framework to help understand students’ behaviours and therefore shapes how you interact with them.”
In the late 1990’s I was fortunate to attend a two day session with Dianne Gossen on Restitution. As a grade six teacher at the time I found this one of the most insightful, practical and useful professional development sessions I ever attended. Although I had taught for many years Dianne helped me understand why… Read more “Gordon Campbell”
“When my son started at your school he had already had a challenging journey. You took him under your wings. You created a safe place for him and had a way with words to calm him. You sincerely cared for your students and families. You have left permanent marks on so many lives.”
Using restitution within schools is a wonderful way to deal with students who behave in a bad manner. When I was the Vice-Principal at St. John’s High School I quickly understood that we had many behavior issues we had to deal with. I went to a restitution workshop which made me realize that restitution was… Read more “Christine Penner”
You were amazing years ago and I keep on learning from you. Thanks for sharing your knowledge, sharing and keeping things real!
I learned some different strategies to implement when applying the restitution model. I liked the organization. It was easy to follow.
I have already used the language from this course in conversations over the past two weeks with professionals in different divisions. I will also be sharing the information with my staff, as I… Read more “Nicole Genereaux, Green Acre Elementary School, Rapid View, SK”
This course allowed me to have a fundamental shift in how I view peoples’ (including myself) actions. I feel like I was blessed with a higher level of personal and social awareness.
This course has really helped me to solidify my current practice but has encouraged me to ask more pointed and direct questions towards the goal of student acceptance and responsibility. I loved the LMS model – my need for freedom was met in that I could work at my own pace.
I enjoyed how the modules were easy to follow and laid out. I also appreciated our Zoom sessions as they were not too long but they did allow us a chance to ask questions and role play different scenarios that could occur. I see myself using what I have learned here first within my classroom… Read more “Danielle Ramen, Lochdale Community School, Coquitlam, BC”
I learned that we are motivated by various needs (and that our behaviour is directly connected to this). I have learnt how to “listen” to student behaviour and respond in ways that demonstrates care for students and their needs. I really enjoyed the instructor’s approach and openness to share her experiences/learning with us. She really… Read more “Comments from a Virtual Course Participant”