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  • Christian Resource
    Character Counts Preschool-Grade 12
    This website provides a wealth of character education resources featuring 6 pillars based on the book, Making Ethical Decisions (partly available online): trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

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    Child Guidance Kindergarten-Lifelong
    These enduring writings cover the essentials of parenting with chapters on specific building blocks of character such as purity, cheerfulness, self-control, reverence, respect, honest, cleanliness, and courtesy. Includes guidance on how to reach self-denial,...

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    Education for Character Tertiary-Lifelong
    Kettering College of Medical Arts President Scriven notes "If we don't pay attention to our distinctive vision, the currents of the surrounding culture will set us adrift". From this perspective, Adventist higher education has a special commission...

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    Face Values - Liberal Education's Imperative Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article explores the role of values in higher education. It shows how moral education takes place mostly in the context of liberal education; it covers Adventist and liberal education, threats to liberal education, recovering our values, producing students...

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    Fruit of the Spirit Unit Grade 1-Grade 4
    This booklet with activities and Bible verses teaches about the Fruit of the Spirit using Bible stories. includes journaling activities, a word search, and a puzzle.

  • Christian Resource
    Golden Rules - The Ten Ethical Values Parents Need to Teach Their Children Kindergarten-Lifelong
    What and how we teach our children is fundamental, but how we model what we teach is critical. Children watch, listen, and learn from our example. Wayne Dosick provides parents with the ten golden rules that teach their children respect, honesty, fairness,...

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    Moral Choice - Deterministic, Random, or Free Will? Tertiary-Lifelong
    Hyde "argues that choice is not deterministic or random, but that we humans have a God-given power that allows us to be the originators of choices that shape our lives. Since these are our own choices, we are responsible; we are punished or rewarded for...

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    Moral Education Revisited - Trends in Teaching Right from Wrong Grade 9-Lifelong
    Connors presents a short history of moral education in North America, reviews the changes that occurred during the 1960s, critiques current methods, and then makes suggestions for improvement in both the school and home setting. This paper was presented...

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    PET 10-10: Panorama of Educational Thoughts Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Download Vaughn Jennings' October 2010 newsletter for Adventist teachers in North America. This edition features an appreciation for moral learning and independent thinking. Five resources are highlighted, including the pivot and stykz programs for learning...

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    Salt is Good - Forgiveness and Moral Education Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "How can we provide knowledge and model moral virtues? Does our curriculum reflect a genuine concern for moral values?" The author provides principles and practical ideas for peace education on the college or university campus. Sectional titles...

  • Christian Resource
    Shaping Character - Moral Education in the Christian College Tertiary
    "Arguing that ethics is everybody's business, Arthur Holmes presents in this book a concise survey of moral education - its goals and methods - in the Christian college." Intended for all Christian college teachers, professors, and administrators...

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    Should Adventist Academies Teach Literature? Grade 8-Grade 12
    Literature can be a controversial topic in Adventist schools in many regions worldwide. Shirley McGarrell explores the teaching of literature in Adventist schools throughout select regions of the Caribbean. Two sets of teachers were surveyed and interviewed:...

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    Teaching the Faith - An Essential Guide for Building Faith-Shaped Kids Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Remember your childhood? Well, forget it! It's different now. Life is busier. Families more fractured. Innocence gone. You're fighting media pressure. Moral vacuum. Reading's out. See and do is in. Everything's changed. Except the need to teach kids to love...

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    Teaching with Integrity - A Focus on Higher Education Tertiary
    "Teaching in higher education includes lived experiences related to ethics and values. Though not widely written about, the theme of ethical practices is increasingly considered as critical in academia. Teachers, who are key gatekeepers of knowledge,...

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    The Bully-Free Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Kick off your school year with this six week jump start bully-free program presented at the 2012 NAD Teachers Convention. Your students will learn strategies for handling a bully, how to be a supportive by-stander, and all this in the Christian frame work...

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    The Role of Restorative Justice in Peace Education Grade 9-Lifelong
    "With its roots in biblical religion and focus on community responsibility, restorative justice provides ways of understanding and practicing justice that are different from traditional approaches, which focus on punishment. Restorative justice and restorative...

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    Whose Character? Which Virtues? Grade 1-Lifelong
    This article explores the imperatives of character education by providing a brief historical overview of secular and Adventist education as well as the ways it can be taught in the classroom. It offers a list of ideas to show how Bible stories can be used...