Master of Education (MEd)
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In the past, Reality Therapy seminars and workshops were presented by professionals who were skilled in their field, but had only limited training in adult education, including curriculum and instruction. By utilizing materials and information received in the U.N.L.V. graduate Post Secondary Education program in conjunction with Dr. William Glasser's Quality School concepts, the Reality Therapy training can be redesigned to deliver more effective education. There will be an extensive review of information from the graduate program, Dr. Glasser's books and articles, plus the resources of the U.N.L.V. library. New materials developed will be class activities and lesson plans that will include unit and enabling objectives, anticipating set, input, modeling, monitoring, guided practice, independent practice, motivation and closure that will result from a task analysis. Two workshops will be conducted using these methods. There will be student evaluations and instructor observations to support the summary, followed by the writer's reflections. (Abstract shortened by UMI.).
Education; Postsecondary; Quality; School; Secondary; William Glasser
Adult education; Curriculum planning
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Harris, Raymond E, "The quality school in postsecondary education" (1996). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3228.