32. Restoring Relationships with Joshua Stamper

Michele Schmidt MooreDesign Lessons Podcast

Hey Designers, Welcome back! In this episode, we are continuing our conversation with Joshua Stamper, an assistant principal in Texas and the host of the Aspire Leadership podcast. This is part two, so if you missed his first episode, go back and listen to that first. Josh talks about one of his other passions, using trauma informed practices and restorative … Read More

Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices: Featuring Marisol Quevedo Rerucha

Joshua StamperAspire Podcast

Joshua Stamper, Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices, Marisol Quevedo Rerucha, Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast, Teach Better

How do we dismantle barriers that exclude, recognize past trauma, and identify resources for those in need? This week’s guest, Marisol Quevedo Rerucha, shares how implementing restorative practices changed student behaviors, connected the community and recognized each person.  In this episode, we discuss: The importance of Morning Check Ins Restorative practices and circles Collective agreements  And Marisol’s new book, Beyond … Read More

Busting Two Myths About Restorative Practices

Jeffrey AustinBlog, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lead Better, Lesson Plan Better

In this Post : Myth #1: Restorative Practices Take Away from Academics The circle, sometimes known as a class meeting, maybe the most well-known restorative practice, can be implemented quickly and used proactively to build the people-first classroom culture Myth #2: Implementing Restorative Practices is Overwhelming Starting small, revising and improving my skills, and generating success with students provided me … Read More

32: Allow yourself permission. – Jessie Lynch chats with us about taking the time to do what you need to do, and why she loves what she does.

Teach Better TeamTeach Better Talk Podcast

Episode 32 - Teach Better Talk Podcast

6th grade math and language arts teacher, Jessie Lynch, chats with us about allowing yourself permission to make mistakes, try something new, and taking the time to do what you need to do. Jessie shares why it’s important to remember you don’t need to be perfect, and why we’re not just here to move through the material. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/jessielynch … Read More