William Glasser. “If everyone could learn that what is right for me does not make it right for anyone else, the world would be a much happier place.” Choice Theory Non-Coercive Discipline. William Glasser . Biography . Born in 1925 in Cleveland, Ohio
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“If everyone could learn that what is right for me does not make it right for anyone else, the world would be a much happier place.”
Glasser views misbehaviours stemming from 5 basic needs: survival, love/ belonging, freedom, fun and power
- He maintains that 95% of all misbehaviour stems from the need for power although love/ belonging he is the most important, as it affects the other needs
There are 7 Caring Habits that should be used in the classroom:
- Then the student and teacher create a contract and agree on solutions to solve the problem
Glasser is a strong believer in class meetings: a time to calmly discuss issues and create a plan to solve the problems