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Finding Great Ideas for Teaching Character

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Much of the best wisdom about teaching is known by teachers themselves. They are the individuals on the front line of nurturing character strengths and skills in the classroom. It’s a kind of implicit knowledge that is invaluable when shared. To that end, Character Lab, is awarding $10,000 to teachers from all school types with the most innovative ideas for inspiring virtues among 5th-12th grade students.

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Knightly Tales Teach Timeless Virtues

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Courtesy of the Knightly Virtues program
Courtesy of the Knightly Virtues program

Classic stories often contain rich explorations of character and virtues. These resources, loved by children and adults alike, have been developed into the Knightly Virtues educational program at the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues. The program offers materials to help nine- to eleven-year-olds enjoy tales such as those of King Arthur and Don Quixote while learning about virtues, including gratitude, honesty, and humility, as well as to think about their own virtues of character.

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