Choice Theory and Class meetingsgreenspun.com : LUSENET : GLASSER Choice Theory & Reality Therapy : One Thread
When Glasser speaks of Choice Theory and class meetings, these two are related because the student ultimately gets to choose the solution to the problem they are experiencing? What are the assumptions and/or key concepts of using choice theory in the classroom?
-- Karleyn (email@example.com), October 10, 2002
Some times we should bypass the "info" ;and rely on good common sense . We tend to over think about our kids , wanting them to have the best chances;and fearing possible problems & we want the best and so we start assuming/ideating non-existent solutions, allways cuz we want to be prepared well .in the classroom ,i garuantee you only the spontinaety of a [realty therapy informed,]child will help you,good luck ....ian/zinaroo
-- ian porter (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 30, 2002.