What is Character Education?
It is a learning process that helps students to learn academic and curriculum ethics. They also understand school community behavior and how act on ethical values like justice, discipline, respect, and civic virtue, sense of responsibility, etc. These are the qualities that every academic candidate must have for the save, and healthy school environment as the base of educational community. Character education relates such type of teaching that let students learn how to cooperate and the academic journey in discipline. Your character and moral qualities also an integral part of your career building that are honesty, caring, responsibility, respect, and fairness. With all these hallmarks, there will be a peaceful environment for life and work together. The center for International leadership in education announce 12 guiding principles for character education that are: Adaptability - Enthusiasm for change. Compassion - It refers to kindness. Trustworthiness - Reliability for trust building. Respect - Moral motivation, building honor. Optimism - Practice of positivity to make things positive. Perseverance - Hard work to conquer the world. Responsibility - Accountability. Loyalty - Dependability and faithfulness for work and performance. Honesty - Truthfulness while managing academic things. Initiative - Enthusiastically willing to all curricular tasks. Contemplation - Desperate consideration on work and studies.
Self control means not letting strong emotions or desires make you act in a way that is disrespectful to the people around you or in a way that causes disruption or damage. There are many different ways to show self control. Read each scenario. At what point does each character lose self control? What could they do to practice self control?
Trustworthiness is an important part of a good character. There are many ways to show that you are trustworthy. Think of some times in your life when you have acted in a trustworthy way. Who trusted you? What did they trust you to do (or not do)? Why were your actions trustworthy in this situation?