The overarching theme of Raise Responsibility is for student ownership of their behaviors, with the goal of intrinsic motivation. I should tell you that I have never used a clip chart, color cards, or similar models in my classroom. They're just not for me. I was lucky enough to student teach at a school where they were in the first year of implementing the Raise Responsibility model, and I loved seeing our students intrinsically motivated to have positive behaviors.
Marshall recommends categorizing and labeling behaviors so they are easily identifiable for students. I use these posters to introduce the levels to my students. We discuss these levels thoroughly, and also talk about how they relate to our classroom rules. (I mesh Raise Responsibility with Whole Brain Teaching and the WBT rules. I think they go together nicely.)
Of course, we all have some little friends who have difficulty making those good choices and are not always on Level C or D. If I have asked them about the level they are on, and we have talked about what they should do to change it, and they have chosen to continue with their Level A or B choice, they receive a student reflection. Here, they circle the level they were on, and then draw and/or write about what they did, and what they should do the next time.