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The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools: Games, Activities, and Simulations for Understanding Restorative Justice Practices (Justice and Peacebuilding) Paperback – March 10, 2020
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About the Author
Kathleen McGoey is the executive director of Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP), a nonprofit that implements community- and schools-based restorative practices programs and training. Kathleen’s previous experience leading a peacebuilding program on the US-Mexico border sparked her passion and commitment to utilizing relationship-based methods for transforming conflict. She published her first book in 2013 after completing an MA in International Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. She lives in Longmont, Colorado.
Haley Farrar is a restorative practitioner and educator at Victoria University of Wellington and Aspen Restorative Consulting. An attorney and former Fulbright Fellow, she now works with individuals and organizations aspiring to implement restorative practices in their lives and communities. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Haley currently lives in Wellington, New Zealand.
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Pedagogists Pointer & McGoey demonstrate restorative teaching tools with a smart, crisp & helpful book. Their methodology for a new restorative learning community demonstrates the pearls of true wisdom that solves problems. Loaded with gracious acknowledgements to the context of the movement, it is very well written. This accessible book met my needs & provided me with a greater window of tolerance. I was facing group discord & was feeling trapped into being punitive. However, after reading this book I had a liberating experience. I now want to face the group's problems & address them “with" the group. Thank you for the relevant real life examples.
-Community Activist Suzanne Balliett