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Educating Hearts and Minds: A Comprehensive Character Education Framework

by Edward F. DeRoche

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This new guide provides the framework to help you design, organize, implement, and maintain a program that works for your students, your staff, and your community. You'll find out how to reach a consensus on what to incorporate into your program, customize a character ed program for your school's needs, develop a values curriculum, design a staff development program that helps sustain teachers' interest in participating, and get your community involved and caring about your program. DeRoche and Williams offer tested ideas, suggestions, and practices you can incorporate as is or customize to fit your students' needs. The authors include benchmarking standards to help you assess how your program is working. This practical book has all the tools and techniques you need to create a comprehensive, inclusive character education program in your school or district. Each chapter ends with pertinent quotes and questions along with suggested readings for further study. The authors show you how to use these materials for study groups, coursework, or staff development.… (more)
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This new guide provides the framework to help you design, organize, implement, and maintain a program that works for your students, your staff, and your community. You'll find out how to reach a consensus on what to incorporate into your program, customize a character ed program for your school's needs, develop a values curriculum, design a staff development program that helps sustain teachers' interest in participating, and get your community involved and caring about your program. DeRoche and Williams offer tested ideas, suggestions, and practices you can incorporate as is or customize to fit your students' needs. The authors include benchmarking standards to help you assess how your program is working. This practical book has all the tools and techniques you need to create a comprehensive, inclusive character education program in your school or district. Each chapter ends with pertinent quotes and questions along with suggested readings for further study. The authors show you how to use these materials for study groups, coursework, or staff development.

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