Responsibility-Centered Discipline Videos
One-on-One with Larry Thompson
How to use RCD with Autistic Students?
Does RCD relate to Social-Emotional Learning?
Control Cycle in the Brain
Exits from Development and Growth
Managing Emotional Control
Motivating Students to Change
Students in the Hallway
Student Behavior in the Classroom
Triangle of Frustration
Understanding Behavior Expectations
Carrying the Weight
Consistency with Office Referrals
Developing Sense of Purpose
IQ and Self-Control
Modeling Desired Behavior
Opportunities for Mastery
School Climate Change
Tough Student Facade
See What Educators Have to Say
"The steps in this process can be taught to anyone with any skill level. It can be put into practice immediately, and my teachers and staff began using it the very next day."
"As a school psychologist I have worked with Responsibility-Centered Discipline at Youthville and Hesston High School. The RCD team has implemented one of the few district wide behavior management programs that I have observed in the past 29 years that actually works."
"The RCD discipline system has changed our school climate. Our office referrals are down by 50% and I am having the best conversations with students and parents since I became a principal."
"RCD places the student at the heart of every presentation. Those in attendance walk away with practical applications to use immediately in their classrooms. You will walk away refreshed and feel great about the role you can play in the lives of students!"