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Unformatted text preview: in democratic procedures, to cooperate, and to develop mutual respect
and responsible honesty. Classroom meetings are a part of several classroom
management approaches including the work of William Glasser (1969) and
programs such as judicious discipline (Landau & Gathercoal, 2000).
Glasser (1969) identified three types of classroom meetings. Open-ended
meetings provide an opportunity for students to explore issues of personal interest 46 or to engage in role-playing and fantasy. The educational/diagnostic meeting
allows students to discuss academic content they are learning. For example, this
type of meeting can be used at the beginning of a lesson to assess students’
existing knowledge. The problem solving meeting is designed to help clarify
problems, add information about the problem, and to commit to proposed
solutions. Generally, effective classroom meetings have the following
• Classroom meetings such be held regularly, perhaps as often as once a
week (Dreikurs &am...
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This document was uploaded on 03/29/2014 for the course EPS 324 at N. Arizona.
- Spring '08