Building Campus Community: Restorative Practices in Residential Life

Building Campus Community: Restorative Practices in Residential Life

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BN ID: 2940014366113
Publisher: International Institute for Restorative Practices
Publication date: 05/25/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,017,934
File size: 648 KB

About the Author

Joshua Wachtel is the son of IIRP founding president Ted Wachtel
and Community Service Foundation and Buxmont Academy (CSF
Buxmont) co-founder Susan Wachtel. He attended a CSF Buxmont
alternative school as a senior in high school and taught history
and music at CSF Buxmont for four years. He currently resides in
western Massachusetts and contributes regularly to the Restorative
Practices eForum.

Ted Wachtel is the president and founder of the IIRP. In 1977,
Wachtel and his wife, Susan, founded the Community Service
Foundation and Buxmont Academy, which operate schools, foster
group homes and other programs in Pennsylvania employing
restorative practices with delinquent and at-risk youth. Wachtel�s
publications include Toughlove, the best-selling book for parents of
troubled adolescents, Real Justice and The Conferencing Handbook,
about restorative conferencing, as well as numerous book chapters
and journal articles. He has been a guest speaker at conferences on
restorative practices around the world.

Stacey Miller serves as the director of residential life at the
University of Vermont where she has worked since 2003. She has
over 17 years of progressive professional experience in the area of
residential life and housing and has built a solid reputation as an
innovative leader in the area of residential community development.
Her department�s newest initiative is the actualization of the community
standards process through the use of restorative practices.

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