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Title: Implementing the raise responsibility system in a Lebanese private school : a case study
Authors: Harmouche, Saja
Advisors: Nicolas, Maureen O'Day 
Subjects: School discipline--Lebanon--Case studies
Classroom management--Lebanon--Case studies
Issue Date: 2016
Discipline is necessary to promote students cognitive and emotional development and to teach students how to follow rules and become good citizens. Positive discipline must be educative and preserve students dignity. This study will explore the benefits of implementing a new approach in positive discipline a system called Raise Responsibility System. Since the role of schools is to develop students social and cognitive growth, Dr. Marvin Marshall created the Raise Responsibility System to promote responsible behavior among students. The Raise Responsibility System was be implemented in a private school north Lebanon over a 4 month period. The aim of the intervention was to explore the impact of the system on grade one students behavior and the challenges that teachers may face with the system. Data was gathered through observations and interviews. The results of the data suggest that several inherent obstacles, including the home climate, negatively impact the implementation of the Raise Responsibility System in this context.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-88).

Supervised by Dr. Maureen Nicolas.
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Type: Thesis
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