Monthly Archives: February 2014

Conflict Resolution – Reminder for Practitioners

Today I received a text. It read: “Which nipple should I get pierced.” I’m recently single, quite recently, and two days ago I deleted my ex’s contact from my phone. Before deleting the number, I wrote it down on the … Continue reading

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Trust Yourself – a story of Restorative Justice

A Twitter Feed Response Why me? ‏@whymeUK  Feb 4 RT @peterwoolf57: Was speaking to someone about RJ ” oh, I always thought RJ was about cleaning graveyards and scrubbing graffiti off… https://twitter.com/JoeOvelman   In the Mural Arts Program of Philadelphia’s Restorative Justice program, there was … Continue reading

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The Circle’s Version of Good Behavior

Found conversation on Twitter made me think and respond here. More on Circles in future entries (Story below is about a Proactive Circle in the Growing Examples http://growingexamples.org  Conflict Resolution Program). https://twitter.com/snowdropbooks : RP [Restorative Practice] in Education ‘not working’ when we … Continue reading

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Growing Examples TEDx “Think Differently” – 2013 VIDEO

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Joe Ovelman Introduction

As the Director and Founder of Growing Examples, Inc. Joe Ovelman has increased awareness of restorative justice and restorative practices in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Increasing public safety, the Growing Examples Model helps to save the lives of individuals and communities, while … Continue reading

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Growing Examples TEDx “Think Differently” presented to 600 Middle School Students – 2013 PHOTO

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