Todd Finley, an Edutopia blogger, begins a recent post “Education is catastrophically deficient in trust,” and argues that teachers must take a leap of faith to learn how to trust their students so that they can be successful
The recently released results of the National Business Ethics Survey® of Social Networkers by the Ethics Resource Center uncovered an interesting relationship between social networking at work and ethics risks.
The Better Business Bureau Center for Character Ethics is proud to announce the 2013 finalists in its statewide Laws of Life Essay Contest, a unique character-themed writing competition for students in grades 6-12.
Better Business Bureau Serving Central Ohio announced today that entries are now being accepted for the 2013 Torch Awards for Ethics.
BBB Center for Character Ethics' future workforce programming has been designed to increase marketplace trust by providing practical character ethics and ethical habits training for educative serving our future workforce.
Middle and high school students write about what “laws” they believe are important to live by - principles such as courage, perseverance, forgiveness, and honesty. The best student essays from local Laws of Life Essay Contests in a BBB service area compete and are recognized and rewarded at a regional awards ceremony.
An annual awards program that selects and honors high school students who personify high character through leadership, community service, overall personal integrity and academic history.
A rigorous self-evaluation and improvement process schools can participate in to receive state and national recognition for high-quality character education programs.
“In Pursuit of Ethics” generates in-depth discussion of ethical issues with group audiences. It offers reenactment of real-life situations where the audience sets the direction of the program by making decisions for the characters. With five different scenarios, “In Pursuit of Ethics” addresses ethical dilemmas that anyone might encounter. It is not another boring speech - it is interactive! All options have consequences…and they aren’t always predictable!
OPCE is a statewide network of schools, community organizations, businesses and educators working together to improve and advance character education in Ohio. Through training, consultation and web resources, OPCE strives to serve the education community with knowledge and training aimed at positive youth character development.
Provides the replicable tools and strategies teachers need to build the character and culture needed for teaching and learning.
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