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Trauma-Informed Toolkit: Restorative Practices – Informative Restorative Practices

Trauma-Informed Toolkit: Restorative Practices – Informative Restorative Practices

Informative restorative practices allow educators to influence a positive environment by implementing ‘I’ statements to communicate feelings and focuses on behavior instead of the individual. Click the button below to learn more about the informative restorative practices that you can implement. 

Informative Restorative Practices

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