Schools and school discipline. Tape 2.= Communication and motivation.

United States, 1975

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Dr. William Glasser, founder of the Institute of Reality Therapy, discusses motivation in schools. Besides making sure that every student believes he or she has a chance in school, Dr. Glasser also stresses, through related examples, the inherent motivational qualities of courtesy and laughter, and the importance of communication with students through his use of classroom meetings.

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