I had a really wonderful session on Friday with a group of boys in Grade 6 that had an issue/incident the previous day. I believe the affective questions give kids a voice and an opportunity for genuine discussions to occur. I was surprised by the depth of discussion by the students. One student said that he had thought about what he would tell his children when they asked him what he had been like at school. He decided he didn’t want to tell them that he was a bully. That student has been volunteering at Reflection sessions at lunchtime. He said that at his previous schools he would have been considered a bully. Powerful stuff!