Chapter 6 of he eighth edition of the classic college text, “BUILDING CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE“ by C. M. Charles is entitled, Marvin Marshall’s Discipline through Raising Responsibility. I am honored to have my name attached to the idea.
Following is a summative quote from the text:
“Marshall’s Raise Responsibility System has major strengths beyond those found in many other systems of discipline. It makes sense and rings true for teachers. It focuses on developing responsibility, an enduring quality that remains useful throughout life. It removes the stress that students and teachers normally experience in discipline. It is easy to teach, apply, and live by. It is long-lasting because it leads to changes in personality. Educators find these strengths especially compelling, hence, the surge of interest in Marshall’s model.” (pp. 106-107)
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