The Discipline Digest
Hacking Discipline Highlights for November from Brad Weinstein and Nathan Maynard, authors of the wildly popular book Hacking School Discipline: 9 Ways to Create a Culture of Empathy and Responsibility Using Restorative Justice.
Check out this Podcast and Blog from Cult of Pedagogy
Brad and Nathan are honored to be featured on a podcast and blog from Jennifer Gonzalez of the Cult of Pedagogy.
"There are times, though, when sorry isn’t enough. “Prime example, student throws food across the cafeteria,” Weinstein says. “They spill milk all over the floor, they cause a big mess. If they just say, I’m sorry, you just say, I’m glad that you apologized, but I think we’re going to have to do something more"
To listen to the podcast or read the blog click here
View the Hacking Discipline Facebook Live session with Create-abilities!
Brad and Nathan had a great time chatting with Cassie from Create-Abilities! "Her Facebook page has over 500,000 followers and we were grateful to get a chance to talk to her audience," said Brad. Watch the Facebook Live session here.
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