Ricky Ritat Goes to School by Larry Thompson
This book will help teachers explain the process of regaining composure to their young students. This is an attempt at moving away from the traditional timeout where the child is simply required to sit and wait. The traditional timeout fails to make the learning truly happen for the child and takes away the opportunity for the brain to connect a replacement behavior or solution with the situation. This process requires even the youngest students to take an active role in solving their problems and is a key concept in Responsibility-Centered Discipline.