Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices
Turn Behavioral Missteps into Learning Opportunities
Navigate360’s Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices curriculum provides schools with an effective way to help students who are struggling behaviorally.
- Largest library of digital behavior intervention lessons available
- Three tiers of instruction to meet student needs
- Restorative practices strategies to promote reflection, accountability, & empathy
- Proactive solution to reduce suspensions & repeat infractions
Overview and Benefits
Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices
Now more than ever, schools need solutions to address challenging behaviors. Following the pandemic, nearly 84% of public schools agreed that students’ behavioral development has been negatively impacted (Center for Education Statistics July 2022 study). Navigate360’s Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices equips schools with the resources, adaptable strategies, and data-driven insights they need to effectively manage behavior challenges while promoting a positive school culture.
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Digital Lessons to Address Common Behavior Infractions
Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices can integrate with your district’s existing discipline matrix and policies, ensuring flexibility and alignment. With hundreds of scaffolded lessons for students in K-12, topics include:
- Anger/Emotion Management
- Digital Safety
- Substance Misuse
Lessons vary in depth across three tiers of instruction, aligning to both MTSS and RTI, and are structured around grade bands to ensure content is cognitively appropriate. With flexible delivery options, schools can assign lessons to individuals, small groups, or the whole class to meet student needs.
Restorative Practices Improve Behavioral Interventions
Utilizing strategies rooted in restorative practices provides students with tools for self-reflection, helps foster a deeper understanding, and facilitates meaningful discussions. Restorative practices emphasize repairing harm, helping to mend and create positive relationships between students and staff, building a more positive school culture in which students feel safe and supported.
- Open response restorative practices questions
- Admit, Apologize, Amend reflection prompts
- Choice Board extension activities for Tier 3 lessons in grades 6-12
Detailed Reports for Progress Monitoring
Tracking the effectiveness of your behavioral intervention program will enable you to make adjustments as needed. Accurate, real-time reports allow you to proactively respond to trends.
- Monitor all behavioral interventions for consistency and effectiveness
- Compile district, school, and student-level data
- Track completion statistics, behavioral trends, grade-level usage, & more.
Support for Facilitators
Facilitators help ensure that your implementation is successful. Support them with tools that help them implement with confidence.
- Detailed Facilitators Guide to support facilitators and ensure a smooth and simple implementation
- Family letters to help facilitators ensure home connection and support
- Restorative Practices professional development to promote a schoolwide approach and help educators implement restorative practices strategies in the classroom (available asynchronously, virtually, or in-person)
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are Restorative Practices?
Restorative practices are based on the idea that when we feel a sense of belonging within a community, we respect others within that community and feel a responsibility for our behavior and how it affects that community. In education, restorative practices are tools that can be used to respond to conflict and repair relationships.
How does Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices help students?
Navigate360 Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices provides schools with a way to help students struggling behaviorally. Through online lessons and restorative practices strategies, the curriculum provides a framework for meaningful conversations between students and adults.
Can Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices integrate with my district's discipline matrix?
The Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices curriculum easily integrates with your district’s existing discipline matrix and policies. The program offers flexible delivery and implementation options, providing an individualized approach to meet your needs.
How does Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices differ from other traditional behavioral intervention practices?
Unlike the traditional behavioral intervention response which takes a more punitive approach, Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices prioritizes keeping students in school. The focus is on turning challenging behaviors into learning opportunities, so that repeat infractions are reduced and relationships are repaired.
Why should we choose Navigate360's Behavior Intervention & Restorative Practices?
Behavior intervention is not a one-size-fits-all approach. As research has evolved, it has become evident that implementing a three-tiered approach to behavior intervention is necessary. Navigate360 offers the largest library of behavior intervention lessons available, with instruction varying in depth across three tiers. With restorative practices strategies included throughout, the curriculum ensures students have opportunities to reflect on their behavior and have meaningful discussions with adults.
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