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Lesson Plans


Re: classroom management

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Dennis Freeman (freemad)
Fri, 03 Dec 1999 18:01:46 -0700


Anyone who is not familiar with Glasser's work would do well to pick up one
of his books. If you can take a class on Choice Theory from a Glasser
Institute trained person, do so. I sent a post earlier on this subject, and
if you look at that, you will see that it is informed by Glasser's work (I'm
trained to the advanced level, too). I teach HS rather than elem, so my
approach isn't so 1-2-3, but it's all the same stuff. It isn't about being
"tough" or "in-charge", it's about creating a "quality picture" and inviting
students in. Students really need to be in charge of themselves - evrything
else is just reactive. Thanks, Andrea! - Dennis
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrea Dunmire <artshui>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 1999 12:35 PM
Subject: Re: classroom management

>
>
> Toni wrote:
> >What are some useful techniques for effective classroom management in the
> >art room?
>
>
> I
> took 4 courses in "Reality Therapy" and applied this method to my
classroom
> many years ago and it has been great. >
>
>
> Andrea in Pa.
> - to contact me directly use artshui
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