What readings would you suggest for a beginning CT/RT student?

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For the last ten years, I have been implementing a social skills program at the elementary level. Students served in the first year of the program would be between the ages of 18-22 years of age. Over the years, I have heard of successes of some of my previous students--winning art shows, 4.0 student honor roll, graduating from high school. Last week a student who was a social skill program participant ran into me at a basketball game. We shook hands and smiled like old friends. Within our discussion, he informed me that he will be volunteering at our middle school, working with students who are having problems. He asked me if we could meet to talk about the things we did together when he was a student. I have run-off copies of documents I've written through the years and accompanying forms. I would like to also offer him a list of readings. Please forward me information regarding readings you think would be valuable. Thanks, TD Wubbolding's latest? I've come up with the following.:

C h o i c e T h e o r y B i b l i o g r a p h y

Glasser, W. (1998a) Choice Theory: A new psychology of personal freedom. New York: Harper Collins

Glasser, W. (1998b) The Quality School: Managing students without coercion (rev. ed.) New York: Harper Collins

Glasser, W. (1988) Choice Theory in the classroom (rev. ed.) New York: Harper Collins

Glasser, W. (2000) Reality Therapy in action. New York: Harper Collins

-- Ted Donato (tdonato@toppenish.wednet.edu), March 29, 2004


Glasser has a recent book "Unhappy Teenagers" which would fit in well here. (See bibliography this website)

Both of Bob Sullo's books tie in as well "Inspiring Quality in your school"(1997) ISBN 0-8106-2951-8 I have forgotten his other title but it's a similar type of book

-- ken lyons (kenlyon@gofree.indigio.ie), March 29, 2004.

10-4, Big Buddy! Thanks, TD

-- Ted Donato (tdonato@toppenish.wednet.edu), March 29, 2004.

I really want to know the answer.The books above aren't available.Please offer me some articles. I will be very glad if someboby is willing to mail me.

-- Chinese Girl (chyliu@126.com), March 30, 2004.

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