Back To The Course An Overview Curriculum Overview A Vision for Character Education Key Features of the Redesigned Curriculum Curriculum Model Personal and Social Competency Personal and Social Competency – A. Positive Personal & Cultural Identity Competency Profile Personal and Social Competency – A. Set of Profiles: Positive Personal Cultural Identity Competency Personal and Social Competency – B. Personal Awareness and Responsibility Competency Profile Personal and Social Competency – B. Set of Profiles: Personal Awareness and Responsibility Competency Personal and Social Competency – C. Social Responsibility Competency Profile Personal and Social Competency – C. Set of Profiles: Social Responsibility Competency Code of Conduct Code of Conduct Code of Conduct Example Response Plan and/or Intervention Strategies Class Structure Teacher Expectations Goals of Fin’s Friends Class Meetings Core Character Traits Core Character Traits What is Courage? What is Citizenship? What is Respect? What is Responsibility? What is Kindness? What is Peacefulness? What is Perseverance? What is Fairness? What is Compassion? Book Studies and Fin Puppet and Doll Social Skills and Skill Building Skill-Building #1: Brainstorming Skill-Building #2: Peaceful Problem Solving Role Playing Peaceful Chart ABCD Fin Sock-Puppets Skill-Building #3: Listening Skill-Building #4: Sharing Skill-Building #5: Saying"Sorry" Core Character Traits IntroductionCore Character TraitsCore Character Traits Recent surveys and research in Morals and Values Education have identified seven key core character traits/values common to us all, including: KINDERGARTEN MODULE Compassion Fairness GRADE ONE MODULE Kindness Peacefulness Perseverance GRADE TWO MODULE Respect Responsibility GRADE THREE MODULE Courage Citizenship Post navigation Previous Previous post: Class MeetingsNext Next post: What is Courage? Leave a comment or tip for the other teachers! Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.