Levels of Behavior
 
Dear Parents,
Our classrooms house small societies.  Each student is a citizen who acts in accordance with expected standards of behavior.  
With this in mind, rewards are not given for expected behavior - just as society does not give rewards for behaving properly.  Also, irresponsible behavior is seen as an opportunity for growth, rather than for punishment.
Our approach encourages students to exercise self-discipline through reflection and self-evaluation.  Students learn to control their own behavior, rather than always relying on the teacher for control.
We want our classroom to be encouraging and conducive to learning at all times.  In this way, young people develop positive attitudes and behavioral skills that are so necessary for successful lives.
The Staff of Cork Elementary


Dr. Marshall's Primary Poster of the Levels  in  pdf format is available from his site in at http://www.marvinmarshall.com/responsibility/responsibilitysystem/levels/PrimaryPoster.pdf
 


Tammy Singleton created another set of posters of the behavior levels. Click on the links below to download in pdf. form.
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