Reviewers proclaim Washington Post Bestseller Hacking School Discipline to be “maybe the most important book a teacher can read, a must for all educators, fabulous, a game changer!”
In a book that should become your new blueprint for school discipline, teachers, presenters, and school leaders Nathan Maynard and Brad Weinstein help you eliminate punishment and build a culture of responsible students and independent learners.
Twenty-two months at #1 on Amazon, and still going strong, HSD is disrupting education like nothing teachers and school leaders have seen in decades–maybe centuries.
“Maynard and Weinstein provide practical tips and strategies in the context of real-world examples, guided by the imperatives of changing the behavior and preserving the relationship. An important read for teachers and administrators.” -Danny Steele, award-winning principal and co-author of Essential Truths for Principals and Essential Truths for Teachers
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"This book will completely transform your practice. It will force you to rethink discipline!"
"This is just what schools need so that problem behaviors aren't repeated! PBIS is great in theory; however, it often teaches students to behave simply because they will be rewarded for it. This book helps create a culture of accountability that every student is a part of, not a way to force compliance."
"If you want to know how to create a culture where students learn from their mistakes, hold one another accountable, and develop empathy, read this. It’s very teacher friendly and has the specific “how-tos” educators want. Love it!"
"It's a fabulous no nonsense way of creating the culture of restorative justice throughout your school. I plan on using this book as a jumping off point for our entire staff. It works in concert with our PBIS. Restorative justice just makes sense to me as an educator - building relationships, repairing those relationships when needed - it's what makes it all work!"
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