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Biblical Worldview, Character Education, and Moral Compass

Biblical Worldview, Character Education, and Moral Compass

Why the Bible Matters: Defining Right and Wrong

There is a right and wrong to every question—Paying attention to your conscience is what helps you develop good character.

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Judeo-Christian Culture

Character Education - Judging Myself First

There’s a lot going on at school, and in the general educational circles about character education. The idea in a nutshell is that you can nuture kids to work on the traits that make them better learners. 914 more words

Oct. Character Ed [Responsibility] Resource List Available! @TDSB_Guidance

The TDSB Professional Library has created an updated resource list of JK-12 fiction and multimedia materials supporting the October Character Education trait, responsibility.  Each month, a new resource list aligned to the featured Character Education trait will be shared on the Professional Library AW… 161 more words


On Nourishing the Soul

Having just returned from an inspirational week visiting the work done by Second Chance in Berceni, Romania with a group of ten students, it strikes me how important it is not to shy away from frank discussions about a person’s character, conversations which are at best sensitive and, at worst, verging on the taboo. 314 more words

Testing - a double edged sword.

As teachers we’ve all had those moments when, eyes shining, tongue loosed by the excitement of the moment, we share a fascinating nugget of detail with our class. 1,103 more words


Character Before Career

In David Brooks’s The Road to Character, Brooks makes a helpful distinction between the resume virtues and the eulogy virtues. The resume virtues are those qualities that help us achieve worldly success – they make us wealthier, more powerful, and more famous. 1,389 more words


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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Judeo-Christian Culture