Discipline without Stress® Punishments or Rewards: How Teachers and Parents Promote Responsibility & Learning
This landmark publication is the best-selling book for handling every discipline problem, promoting responsible behavior, and reducing apathy toward learning.
The proactive, totally noncoercive —but not permissive—discipline and learning system.
People around the world use the system to promote responsibility, promote learning, increase effectiveness, improve relationships, improve parenting, and discipline without stress.
From Library Journal
A blending of three subject fieldsDeducation, parenting, and personal growthDthis work is replete with helpful suggestions that show both teachers and parents how to heighten positive thinking in school or at home, give students and other family members the power to choose, and discover productive means of reflection and self-evaluation. For the past seven years, Marshall has been giving seminars on "The Raise Responsibility System," and his solid research, coupled with countless practical examples, makes this a natural and inviting read. His experience in elementary and high schools, counseling, and teacher education, plus his doctoral work in curriculum, counseling, and instruction, serve to deepen the quality of his observations and techniques. Conveniently structured into distinct yet interrelated chapters, the book can be read from start to finish or piecemeal, focusing on particular chapters of concern (e.g., reducing stress, motivating, or promoting learning). The comprehensive bibliography enables the reader to conduct further research. Highly recommended for all teachers (no matter what grade level) as well as parents (regardless of the age of the child), this is an important purchase for public, academic, and school libraries.DLeroy Hommerding, Fort Myers Beach P.L. Dist., FL
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