Patrick Seifer gives us food for thought about ownership of behavior in our classrooms. How can we help students take responsibility for what they do (or don’t do)?
“Giving up is not an option because relationships don’t go away.” And so, Cheryl Woelk tells us how to persevere by sharing principles for enacting Restorative Justice in Education in the classroom.
How can children know what is right if they haven’t been taught where the lines are? This post from LEAPAsia’s WeChat page advocates for school children in China by giving teachers/parents ideas about how to teach boundaries.
Harmony is an important value in Chinese culture. In this post from LEAPAsia’s blog in China, we use it to help make peace between parents/teachers and children.
LEAPAsia board member and behavior specialist Jill Schafhauser continues our series on working with different types of students with some practical advice about managing student behavior.