Responsibility Theory: Who’s Got the Power?

My friend and colleague Ragnar Purje, an educator and neuroscientist in Australia at CQUniversity, has just published his book Responsibility Theory. This is a significant contribution to behavior management in today's classroom. 200 responsibility theory final LINK to book.

"The intention of this program is to provide teachers with skills, strategies and knowledge that will effectively manage individual and classroom behaviour concerns efficiently, fairly and thoughtfully."

I wholeheartedly endorse this book and I have written the critical Approbation. Teachers, parents, administrators and students who use this approach to "positively advance the well-being, social skills and academic potential, not only for today, but forever."