Lynette Doppler

NSW
2006

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Lyn Doppler, former principal of an award-winning school and now consultant, implemented restorative practice as a way to build relationships and enhance quality teaching. She has documented the school’s journey on how the whole community, staff, students and parents, learnt to use restorative language and practice to relate, think and learn together. Lyn received a Churchill Fellowship in 2006 to study the effect of Restorative Practice on enhanced student achievement in schools around the world. Lyn received the Australian College of Educators’ (ACE) Award for Outstanding Leadership 2010, ‘within NSW DET as Principal in leading change to improve the quality of teaching and learning for students and teachers in NSW public schools through leadership of Restorative Practice.’ She also received the Paul Harris Rotary Fellow in 2011 ’in appreciation of tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among peoples of the world.’

Project

To study the effects on student achievement in schools where restorative practices have been embedded as a way of learning and not as an intervention for difficult students or situations

To study the effects on student achievement in schools where restorative practices have been embedded as a way of learning and not as an intervention for difficult students or situations

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