Assessment of Ongoing Training in Restorative Practices
This research aims to show the impact of training actions on restorative practices in a group of teachers who were not well versed in this issue. The purpose was to find and compare the views the training attendees had beforehand and upon completion about conflicts and how to tackle them. At the same time, the intention was to analyze the role training strategies played in changing attitudes.
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