Teach your students to resolve conflicts and make apologies that are meaningful. Meaningful apologies help students fix what they did wrong, and help the hurt student feel heard and understood. This enables both students to move on from the incident. We use meaningful apologies in our classroom as a logical consequence and they're very effective. As I tell the kids..."You break it, you fix it!"
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