Click here to access slides from a presentation on Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline delivered at the University of Dallas Ministry Conference. This presentation contains general information about VBRD as well as pertinent information about what the program offers.
Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline offers teachers, parents, students, and schools, a way to cultivate virtue while repairing harm from bullying and other hurtful behaviors.
* To understand the harm and develop empathy for both parties
* To listen & respond to the needs of both parties
* To encourage accountability & responsibility through personal reflection within a
collaborative planning process
* Jesus specifically rejects ‘an eye for an eye’
* What can we consider low, mid, high level incidents and low, mid, high level response
* Staff Development – we are working to identify problems/refine the process
* Class Meetings – we are committed to helping students grow emotionally
* Parent Discussions – a way to build stronger families committed to the process
* Building Community – expanding our efforts to build healthy relationships among adults
For more information or to request Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline program for your school, contact Lynne Lang at firstname.lastname@example.org