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Articles that feature the ideas and experiences of some of the leading thinkers on the topic of character in the community.
We all have “phobias”. But when we surround ourselves with the right people at the right time—when we get to be in an environment where shadows of the 11 Principles of Effective Character are evident—we see nothing but the formation of good character.
Starting with my student teaching, I put a lot energy into reaching my students, of making that all-important personal connection with them.
When we drill down to the root of it, many of us come to find that it was indeed our family who instilled the values we've come to know, love and live by.
Counselors and peers that care make the environment feel safe and that caring community empowers children to take risks and test their limits.
If your school’s destination is to be a community focused on character, do you have a vehicle or method of transportation?
When we incorporate character values, we instill within our children the ability to choose love.
Take some time to plan and implement a meeting, then sit back and watch the culture change.
While it should be everyone's goal to develop and live with good character, I think women often feel a stronger sense of responsibility because of the choices we make.
As a young student I learned that sharing was a necessity. Unselfishness became an essential element of expected good behavior. Groups were formed, and new relationships were established