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Character Education should be adopted by School Districts

Character Education should be used in schools. It helps the schools set a standard that they can hold all the students to. It also teaches the students good behavior. 417 more words


Plagiarism lessons with Vanilla Ice

Plagiarism is one of the toughest things to teach to a middle school student during a research paper or article. The words are there, right on the internet, and I can’t just copy them?  456 more words


Guest Post: Where Have You Gone, Jackie Robinson? Today’s Real Sports Heroes

by Brad Herzog, author of the Count On Me: Sports series

April 15 is Jackie Robinson Day. You’ll find every uniformed player, coach, and umpire in Major League Baseball wearing #42, the number worn by the man who ended nearly eight decades of baseball segregation by becoming the first black major league player of the modern era on April 15, 1947. 877 more words

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Weekly Challenge #29 - Teamwork in the Animal Kingdom

Biomimicry. Learning from looking at the way nature works.

It’s a fascination of mine, so much so that I created a high school Business Leadership program we offer in schools entitled, “Darwinian Thinking to Teamwork“. 497 more words

Weekly Challenge For Environmental Education

Parents: Teaching Children about Bible, Character, and Sin

Defining Moment for Parents: What is Love?

Love vs. Indulgence

Jesus loves us so much that He gave His life to rescue us from our sins.

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Parents Teaching Children Character: Respect vs. Ego

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Parenting Value: Respect, Part 1.  General Guidelines. Don’t miss these helpful points on character education.

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 Children born between 1980 and 1995, called “millennials,” now saturate the job market …They are typically demanding, impertinent, and narcissistic.

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