Featured National Schools of Character Lesson Plans
Knowing the Right Way to Act
Students show how they behave in various situations. They discuss and explain why it is important to show self-control. They explain how their actions affect other people around them. They learn the definition of self-control with a specific example and a non-example.
Grade Level: Elementary School
Waves of Life
Students will examine the “highs” and “lows” in their lives by comparing these to the parts of a wave. In the process, students will gain self-awareness and a greater understanding of the parts of a wave.
Grade Level: Middle School
Conflict Resolution Skills Training
Unlike peer mediation programs that teach a handful of students these attitudes, skills, and behaviors, the Conflict Resolution Skills Training Homeroom provides this enriching opportunity to all freshmen students.
Grade Level: High School
Other Lesson Plans
CEP recently partnered with the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. This organization’s lesson program, “Medal of Honor, Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice” focuses on six values: courage, commitment, sacrifice, patriotism, integrity, and citizenship. Learn more and sign up to view the lessons.
To Kill a Mockingbird - a unit of study for Harper Lee’s American classic with a focus on developing an appreciation for how ethical principles or laws of life can help people live successfully. Developed by The School for Ethical Education that can be integrated into many subject areas.