What the Restorative Approach Looks Like in My Classroom by Tessa Rose Adams
This inspirational book is a glimpse into what the restorative approach looks like in the classroom or potentially in your own home, why you should use it, suggestions on how to use it, and many of the benefits of using it. This book is written by an experienced educator who is passionate about the restorative approach. Imagine your class learning more every year, learning how to handle conflicts when they arise, learning how to problem solve, communicating better, focusing better, and feeling that they are respected and cared for. This book will show you why it is so important to develop and maintain relationships with your students as well as why and how to help them to develop and maintain relationships with each other. It will also help educators or anyone who is in relationship with someone to build a tool kit in how to restore relationships when things go wrong. This book speaks to educators but can show anyone how the restorative approach can adapt to any situation where people live together, work together, or are in relationship.