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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:Classroom Management
  • Language:English
  • Pages:37
  • eBook ISBN:9780970060600

Children of Rainbow School

Four Short Stories for Teaching Responsibility

by Tanis C. Carter and Marvin Marshall, Ed.D. View author's profile page

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Overview
This eBook describes “The Hierarchy of Social Development” that is used in schools, homes, and youth settings around the world. The four (4) short stories promote a desire to WANT to behave responsibly. The illustrations and poster explain the difference between “external” and ”internal” motivation—and the advantage of the latter.
Description
This printable e-book describes “The Hierarchy of Social Development” that is used in schools, homes, and youth settings around the world. The four (4) short stories promote a desire to WANT to behave responsibly. The illustrations and poster explain the difference between “external” and ”internal” motivation—and the advantage of the latter. In addition to the stories, illustrations, and poster, the eBook contains important tips for teaching the Hierarchy of Social Development, significant points about the hierarchy, a primary teacher’s experience, a first grade teacher’s experience, an urban school’s experience, a teacher’s life-changing experience, and a principal’s life-changing experience. The book also describes the “Discipline Without Stress Teaching Model” and a list of additional resources.
About the author
Dr. Marvin Marshall--an American educator, writer, and professional speaker--is widely known for his PROACTIVE and TOTALLY NONCOERCIVE (BUT NOT PERMISSIVE) SYSTEM on discipline and learning. His landmark book, "Discipline Without Stress Punishments or Rewards - How Teachers and Parents Promote Responsibility & Learning" is used in pre K-12 schools and colleges. His multiple-award winning parenting book, "Parenting Without Stress - How to Raise Responsible Kids While Keeping a Life of Your Own" is used by parents around the world. He has presented in 44 of the United States and in 17 countries on 5 continents to parent groups; schools; school districts; universities; local, state, national, and international associations; and government agencies.

 He has a world-wide audience of over 15,000 subscribers to his free monthly newsletter, "Promoting Responsibility & Learning." His proactive parenting, discipline, and learning approach stemmed from his acquiring knowledge about young people as a parent; recreation director and camp counselor; classroom teacher at the elementary, middle, and high school levels; middle school counselor; middle school assistant principal; high school counselor; high school guidance department chair; high school assistant principal of both supervision and control and curriculum and instruction; and as an elementary and high school principal. He has also served as a demonstration teacher, instructional coordinator, athletic coordinator, district director of education, and full-time instructor at California State University, Los Angeles.

 He earned his Bachelor's in Language Arts and his Masters' in Business Administration at California State University, Los Angeles. His Doctorate in Education was awarded by the University of Southern California.
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