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Educating for Character: How Our Schools Can Teach Respect and Responsibility
Dr. Lickona's twelve-point program offers practical strategies designed to create a working coalition of parents, teachers, and communities in the interest of building character into the lives of young people today.
ebook, 496 pages
Published September 2nd 2009 by Bantam
(first published October 1991)
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For teachers and parents who believe in character education, this is a great read. Even for those who don't advocate character education, this book may begin to change your point of view. I read this book for the first course of my M.Ed. and have continually referred back to it during subsequent courses.
This book is insightful and educational on bringing back the teaching of values into the curriculum for all students. As a teacher, I feel that so many of my former students were raised by wolves and lacked character, morals and values. This is not to say that one must teach religion, but rather how to become a responsible, respectful and caring human being. I would rate this book higher, however, the statistics are too dated and need to be revised for the modern, 21st century classroom. I highl ...more
I have found thid book to be an invaluable resource over the years. It is necessary for anyone who wishes to instill those lessons that will help one to operate a high level of integrity and awareness for what is valauble - character. The author illustrates his points though examples and applications.