Collegium for the Advancement of Education


One of the district’s goals is to become a Model Continuous Improvement Organization. Through our Collegium for the Advancement of Education, participants are trained in ways to integrate the Sterling quality teaching tools into their classrooms and to apply the Glasser Reality Therapy questioning process to motivate students to take more responsibility for their learning and behavior. These questions are used to assess learning, academic progress and behavioral choices. Statistics have shown that teachers who have invested in this training and adopted these teaching tools provide higher quality education to their students.





The goals of the program are improved communication, productivity, and effectiveness in teaching. This program provides teachers and administrators with the psychological background on how and why children behave as they do by combining psychology, effective teaching, leadership skills, and intervention strategies. Teachers utilizing these methods are able to provide a balanced, long-term successful approach for classroom management and student achievement.

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