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Advice from Character Education Partnership: Create a Positive Classroom Culture

Advice from Character Education Partnership: Create a Positive Classroom Culture

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Hi, New Teachers! At CEP, we exist to help teachers do their best to be effective in educating their students academically, socially, emotionally, ethically, and morally... educating the whole child. Teachers have found that once they set the foundation for their classroom climate to be a positive one where all students feel respected and capable of learning, the rest follows naturally. Check out our website www.character.org for resources and lesson plans (http://www.character.org/lessons/lesson-plans/) and watch this video from Blue Ribbon and National School of Character principal Scott Taylor: http://youtu.be/CM8DoWIHvTQ. We're here to help!

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Lisa Dabbs's picture
Lisa Dabbs
Educational Consultant. Author. Speaker. Blogger.

Wow! Thanks for stopping by to share this great info!

Cheers to you and your org for all you do. :)

Lina's picture
First Grade Teacher from U.A.E.

Thanks a lot for your efforts.
I totally agree that once the learner feel secured, the learning happen in faster and easier way!

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