Within these 11 Principles, Principle 6 represents the glue that connects outstanding classroom learning and fundamental character concepts.
Articles centered on the 11 Principles of Character.
“I don’t have time for character education. My focus must be on teaching academics.” Do these worries sound familiar?
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.
We are complex beings. In our complexities lie the beauty of deep-rooted core values we aspire to exemplify. These values sustain the daily interactions we have with one another.
Humility is one of the most respectable and admirable traits that an athlete can possess. The prime essence of a humble athlete is the act of selflessness and modesty which transcends to the world.
Taking time to reflect is very powerful for the entire operation. This allows us to know what works, and what does not work.
As the children were taught to become responsible citizens of the global community, they learned the value of giving back.
Not only do core values provide a guideline for all decision-making and assessment, they are also a way to make sure everyone is on the same page.
You can’t do it alone. Your stakeholders, and particularly your students, are your greatest assets.
The research on academic integrity consistently points to certain teacher and student behaviors that either support academic integrity or contribute to increased student cheating.