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This group is for educators interested in fostering internal motivation and student engagement. Using the principles of internal control psychology/choice theory, we can move beyond the reward/punishment paradigm and create classrooms and schools that are need-satisfying and inspire high achievement. Join now and post your comments and questions.
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Bob_Sullo, 3 years ago| FlagI hope you'll read my new article, "Getting at the Roots of Bullying,"
published by the Virginia Journal of Education. It examines how to prevent bullying from occurring and how to intervene when necessary. Here's the link:
.veanea.or g/vea-jour nal/1010/i ndex.html
Bob_Sullo, 3 years ago| FlagIn "Standardi
zed Testing, Perception , and Reality,"I explore the relationsh ip between perception and reality, one of the central asreas of interest in internal control psychology . Here's the link:
.fundersta nding.com/ content/st andardized -testing-p erception- and-realit y#more-110 8
Bob_Sullo, 3 years ago| FlagAs many of you know, my books are based on internal control psychology
, specifical ly Choice Theory. I recently wrote a brief introducti on to Choice Theory with ideas about how it impacts education. You can access this piece by visiting:
.fundersta nding.com/ content/ch oice-theor y#more-105 6
I hope you find it informativ
e and useful.
Bob_Sullo, 3 years ago| FlagIt's hard to create an inspiring classroom if you are concerned about bullying. I offer some valuable informatio
n and steps you can take in the following blog: http://www .fundersta nding.com/ content/wa nt-to-redu ce-bullyin g-some-thi ngs-you-sh ould-know# more-1113
I hope you'll check it out and share your thoughts.
Bob_Sullo, 3 years ago| FlagJust taped an audio session for a group about leadership
. As I say in the taping, teachers (and parents) are leaders so this might be interestin g for you to listen to. There are four audio sessions and they are all available to listen to for free. Just hit the link below and sign up. And yes, I mean absolutely free!
.leadingpo tential.co m.au/coach ingbytheex perts2/