Why Mindset Matters
We used to believe that our intelligence is fixed, that we were born predisposed to a certain IQ. We now know that the brain acts like a muscle and that the more we use it, the stronger it becomes.
What is growth mindset (1 […]
Natural Disasters Ignites Supernatural Kindness
The end of August and first few weeks of September will undoubtedly go down in history as a time of natural destruction and devastation. First, hurricane Harvey hammered the Gulf Coast, then hurricane Irma imperiled Florida, the Keys and select islands in the […]
So you want to beef up your character education efforts, maybe even head down Character Road to pursue the distinction of State School of Character or National School of Character, but you’re not quite sure where to start? No worries; here is a sampling of the myriad […]
The 11 Principles of Effective Character Education are the cornerstone of Character.org’s philosophy on effective character education. Each principle outlines vital aspects of character education initiatives that should not be overlooked in program implementation. From curriculum integration to extra-cur […]
I know what you’re thinking, this is the most random post yet. Stick with me though because West Virginia Department of Education has some really good resources for lesson plans that should set as the standard.
Have you ever wondered …
Does Character Education Work?
Is character education the best use of learning time?
Should schools be spending money on character education tools?
What about schools WITHOUT character education programs? Are those kids missing out?
What are some examples […]