Posts Tagged Effective Classroom Management

An Online Explanation of Discipline Without Stress

Dr. Marshall recently brought teacher attention to a youtube lecture highlighting the third part of his Discipline without Stress Teaching ModelThe Raise Responsibility System.

As many university instructors do these days, Joe Jerles posted this classroom management lecture online so that his students could access his teaching easily and repeatedly for study purposes.

He is teaching from the textbook, Effective Classroom Management by Carlette Jackson Hardin.  Chapter 9 of the book deals specifically with Dr. Marshall’s Discipline without Stress approach.


Joe Jerles’ youtube presentation may also be of interest to those of you interested in learning more about the Discipline without Stress approach.

Dr. Marshall points out a few things to notice while viewing the video:

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North Carolina and PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)

The North Carolina Positive Behavioral Support Initiative is part of the North Carolina State Improvement Program funded through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Although the initiative is aimed at helping individuals with disabilities, it is now mandated in many classrooms. In my last series of public seminars conducted in Phoenix, Denver, Billings, Portland, and Salt Lake City in April of 2013, almost every teacher in attendance indicated that PBIS was mandated.

The state’ mandate reads, “All schools in North Carolina will implement Positive Behavior Support as an effective and proactive process for improving social competence and academic achievement for all students.” 

Here is an example from Carlette Jackson Hardin’s book, “Effective Classroom Management,” pages 142-143:

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