Restorative Practices

School discipline through the Restorative Practice (RP) lens shifts the focus from exclusionary discipline to restitution and repair of the harm and relationships (Smith, Schneider, Smith & Ananiadou, 2004). RP and SWPBIS share valued goals of reducing exclusionary discipline, and maximizing instructional engagement. However, as endorsements emerge from various state and national groups, there is not yet a widely disseminated model for the integration of RJP and SWPBIS, including lack of fidelity treatment. Swain-Bradway and colleagues (Swain-Bradway, Eber, Sprague and Nelson, 2016) have suggested a model for the integration of RJP within SWPBIS, (see left figure) but larger scale replication, and evaluation has yet to occur. - excerpt from National Forum 2015 Round Table



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