Capstone Project Title
Restorative Justice In Education Practices As Interventions That Support Teachers In Creating A Better Climate And Culture In Their Classrooms
Kelly Killorn-Moravec and Jennifer Carlson
Behavior management in schools is constantly changing. School-wide and classroom behavior processes are striving to find and create ways to reduce negative or unwelcomed behavior while increasing the school’s climate and culture. Schools committed to following Restorative Justice practices have reported stronger school community, reduced suspensions, and increased problem-solving skills during conflicts. This capstone uses a combination of research, assessment, testimonials, and pilot school studies to help answer the research question, What restorative justice in education interventions can be used to support teachers in creating better climate and culture in their classrooms? The research concludes Restorative Justice in Education practices is successful when used as interventions to create a better climate and culture in classrooms.
Classroom Management, Community Building, Behavior Interventions
Tande, Erin, "Restorative Justice In Education Practices As Interventions That Support Teachers In Creating A Better Climate And Culture In Their Classrooms" (2018). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 235.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects