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March (character education) is Honesty

Submitted by one of our fabulous Reference Librarians, Lauren M.

The TDSB Professional Library has created an updated resource list of JK-12 fiction and multimedia materials supporting the March Character Education trait, honesty… 150 more words

Why You Must Not Ignore Bad Behavior

Relationships are the foundation of a successful school, business, family, and society. Bad behavior by default separates and divides, it never brings people together. When people are being pushed apart because of someone’s behavior (young or old) it is impossible to build or strengthen a relationship. 275 more words

Don Shomette

The Need For Recognition: School Award Ceremonies

Don’t confront me with my failures, I had not forgotten them.
Jackson Browne

I spent my recent, midterm break in Prague, crossing the majestic Charles Bridge several times each day.

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George Washington Character, Book Review

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Character Education was important to George Washington; he worked hard on it himself.

Being George Washington by Glenn Beck is an insightful treatment of the life and service of this magnificent Founding Father.

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Loving Large -- Valentines Beyond Your Own Sweetie

Lots of our “love” is still fairly self-focused. Even our “love” to our “loved ones” is fairly self-focused. How can we love more, love large, and love wisely? 12 more words

Problems Of Public Education

YouTube Video: Classic Christian Fiction Literature

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Lark Rise to Candleford

The Illustrated Lark Rise to Candleford

(The illustrations in this book are beautiful.)

By Flora Thompson

There is a gentle Christian theme throughout this delightful work of fiction.

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