Choice Theory Basics

This learning object contains a synopsis and learning activities drawn from William Glasser's Choice theory. It can assist individuals appreciate about personal responsibility for change as a component of effective collaboration.

My quality world

To gain a clearer understanding of your personal quality of world, discuss with a partner or small group a few of the following:

  1. Who are the most important people in your life?

  2. What are your most deeply held values?

  3. If you become the person you would ideally like to be, what traits or characteristics would you have?

  4. What it is an accomplishment that you are really proud of?

  5. If you could have the perfect job, what would that be?

  6. If you were independently wealthy, what would you do with your time?

  7. Describe a time in your life you would call a peak experience.

  8. What does it mean to be a friend?

  9. What brings a significant amount of meaning to your life?

  10. What, for you, makes a house a home?

What have you learned about your quality world?

 

What have you learned about quality world pictures in general?