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Kelvin and Shawn: Reality Therapy in the classroom

Guest blogger: Brian Patterson Dr. William Glasser’s Choice Theory/Reality Therapy is foundational to Ombudsman’s approach to helping students. Brian Patterson, Ombudsman director in Glendale, Ariz., is certified in Reality Therapy, Choice Theory and Lead Management by the William Glasser Institute. ...

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Ombudsman Bridges Language Gap with Technology

Ombudsman has developed a unique approach to help remove barriers to academic success for students who are English Language Learners (ELL). Computer-assisted instruction and teacher-led engagement activities are helping these students improve their English language skills and, at the same ...

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Operation Graduation 2010

Graduation is a significant achievement in the life of any young person, and the success of all students should be celebrated! Ombudsman is honoring its graduates during Operation Graduation 2010, which will showcase  online essays, photos and videos from students. ...

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The Glasser Classroom Model: Ombudsman’s Use of Choice Theory

Public schools across America are called to make decisions about administrative, classroom and pedagogical practices based upon research. Ombudsman Educational Services understands the importance of research in districts’ decision-making, and we look to current research to continually enhance the Ombudsman ...

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Georgia Center Students Complete 3,200 Hours of Service and Employment This Year

Students at the Walker County Ombudsman center in Rossville, Ga., are well on their way to earning more hours of community service than any other center this year. With 3,200 hours accumulated working on community service projects or for local ...

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Compliance or Cooperation

Choice Theory and Reality Therapy Guest Blogger:  Brian Patterson Dr. William Glasser’s Choice Theory/Reality Therapy is foundational to Ombudsman’s approach to helping students. Brian Patterson, Ombudsman director in Glendale, Ariz., is certified in Reality Therapy, Choice Theory and Lead Management ...

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Taking Aim

A dropout’s perspective on education reform is one not often sought, but should be. In “A Dropout’s Guide to Education Reform,” J. William Towne, a former dropout, says he has the “silver bullet” for education reform – engaging teachers who ...

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