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Practice makes perfect in a school of virtue

University of Birmingham School principal Michael Roden talks to Richard McComb

There cannot be many homework planners where one of the most prominent pages asks pupils: “What virtues have you shown today?” 1,007 more words


Commit to Character: Empathy

The SCDSB’s 10 values are a key part of our commitment to character education. We refer to our values as our character attributes. Each month our schools recognize and celebrate a different attribute. 175 more words


Parents: Teaching Chastity and Fidelity

Dinner Topics for Thursday

Richard and Linda Eyre

Parenting Value for December: Chastity and Fidelity, Part 1

General Methods for teaching chastity and fidelity

Make your own example of fidelity as obvious and noticeable as possible. 1,150 more words

Dinner Topics

Christian Books: CS Lewis, and Mere Christianity

Dinner Topics for Tuesday

Expert Children’s Book Reviewers tell us there is a great dearth of good literature for children and young adults. They are not being taught about God in schools, or even the Universal Morality that Lewis refers to.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

Teaching Kids the Importance of Citizenship

By Barbara Gruener
Part of our Counselor’s Corner series. Click to read other posts in the Counselor’s Corner.

What a month November has been, but it’s the perfect time to take an in-depth look at the final core value in our series on the importance of building character: citizenship. 1,183 more words

Counselor's Corner

Culture Wars: YouTube Censorship of First Amendment Freedoms, Educational Truth Videos

Culture Wars:

YouTube Censorship of First Amendment Freedoms, Educational Truth Videos

YouTube censors my videos

Dennis Prager: 16 posts now ‘restricted’ despite millions of views, no explicit content… 958 more words


Moral flow and character strengths

Being totally absorbed, feeling optimally challenged and concentrated – these are just a few of the characteristics that constitute flow, defined as a personal experience marked by deep enjoyment and total immersion in what one does. 1,347 more words