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To Be or Not To Be - That is the Question

“To be or not to be” – Hamlet

To be thankful or to not be thankful

To be studious or to not be studious

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Character Education: Study Bible Proverbs 4

Character Education: Study Bible Proverbs 4

The Proverbs

Chapter 4

Keep the commandments and live—With all your getting, get understanding—Go not in the way of evil men.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

YouTube Music and Moral Standard

Dinner Topics for Friday

“Refuse the evil, and choose the good” (Isaiah 7:15).

There are both seen and unseen forces that influence our choices.

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Dinner Topics

Why not assess loving kindness and compassion?

It was inevitable. Given the buzz around character education, mindfulness, mindset and metacognitive strategies etc it was only a matter of time before teachers started trying to assess these sorts of attributes. 1,585 more words

History Teaching

Catatan ata dan awa dari Melbourne ... part 5: celebrating cultural diversity week

by acknowledging and respecting others, we actually shaping and reflecting on our own identity

Untuk pertama kalinya ata dan awa mengenal dan mengikuti perayaan Harmony Day di sekolah. 1,319 more words

Early Childhood Education

Is there 'grit' in your school shoes?

Opinion piece written by Stephen Rogers.

The UK Department for Education (DfE) recently announced a new award for those English schools that promote ‘character':

 “Schools and organisations that offer activities promoting character in pupils will see these programmes expanded through a new £3.5 million fund, designed to place character education on a par with academic learning for pupils across the country. 2,153 more words

Opinion Pieces

Character Education: Faith, Decision, and Charlie Brown

Character Education: Choose Wisely

Quentin L. Cook

“Refuse the evil, and choose the good” (Isaiah 7:15).

My desire this evening is to share some counsel about decisions and choices.

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Judeo-Christian Culture