What People Are Saying

Your work cements your position as today’s preeminent authority on teaching and working productively with students of all ages. You are the best thing going in discipline. —C.M. Charles – BUILDING CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE, 11th Edition

March 1, 2016

Although it seems that three-year-olds use their right side of the brain more often, it is evident that they love to take responsibility for their actions and love consistency of discipline without stress.

I just want to thank you so much for all you provided our country in hopes that we don’t lose the ability to enable these children to take responsibility for themselves. —Angel Harrison – Phoenix, Arizona

March 5, 2016

This is an amazing system. Research has linked relationships to school improvement for quite a while now. —Pam Hart, Texas Leadership Charter Academy Specialist – Midland, San Angelo, Abilene, and Arlington, Texas

March 2, 2016

Since you trained our staff, we are seeing enormous improvements in students’ behavior and in reduced teacher stress. Classroom management, discipline, and relationship with students have all significantly improved. —Beth Harris – Ventura, California

March 1, 2016

I have been struggling with my five-year-old who knows his own mind. Coercion was not working! I was at a complete loss until I tried your approach. Your methods have definitely improved our relationships.—Karen McCormick – Norco, California

March 1, 2016

I really liked the opportunity to reflect upon my methods. I feel like I have been using the wrong approach. —Theadore Floyd, Assistant Principal – Tampa, Florida

March 1, 2016

I love the system because I get on with the important things and not spend time with discipline. —Brenda Zebrynski – Winnipeg, Canada

March 1, 2016

Your ideas really help: avoiding negative language, expecting the good, and asking reflective questions. Some ideas seem too easy, but they work. —Lena Lilja  Hallnisa – Leksand, Sweden

March 1, 2016

Your approach is truly inspiring. I’m using it with my 10 and 12-year old children. It’s awesome! —Connie Fletcher – Spokane, Washington

March 1, 2016

I appreciated your differentiation between discipline and class management. After 35 years in the classroom, I see how often discipline problems are exacerbated by poor classroom management. —Karen Biaotto – Glendora, California

March 1, 2016

Your program has been life changing for me, not only in my teaching but also at home. When I became familiar with your program, I was at the end of my most stressful teaching year. As I used your principles, I kept noticing changes in others. I use your approach with my own two children, then 12 and 13, the girl now 17 and boy 18. We have very stress-free lives. —Heather – Christchurch, New Zealand

March 1, 2016

I completed all the modules and just loved them. I have a friend who keeps saying, “I hope you get a good group this year.” I keep telling her that it’s my responsibility to set up the classroom in the right way by separating classroom management from discipline and empowering my kids with the gift of responsibility. There is no more hoping that I magically get a good class. It’s all in the way I set up the classroom with this model. —Brianne Sidero – Glendora, New Jersey

March 1, 2016

I am so happy to have the opportunity to take this course online! I have read the teaching and parenting books and used the system with much success. However, I have been teaching small group intervention for the last twelve years, with last year was my first year back with a standard classroom. Next year’s group of kids has a reputation as being a tough group, and I know they will benefit from Dr. Marshall’s strategies, and I will be less stressed too! It was time for a refresher course, and here it is! Thanks, too, Dr. Marshall, for taking the time to call me when I was having trouble accessing the course. You truly showed me your commitment to help teachers! —Teresa Bergman – Del Norte County Unified School District, California

March 1, 2016

Great introduction module, Dr. Marv! I lacked teaching procedures. Last year I did use procedures and it did wonders. There is certainly a divide between classroom management and discipline and I had the two intertwined. Now that they are divided, my classroom is a much stronger and better place! —Brianne Sidero – Glendora, New Jersey

March 1, 2016

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