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Teachers", students", and principals" perspectives on character

Ana Maria Carvajal Chartier

Teachers", students", and principals" perspectives on character

their moral reasoning and wisdom : case study at two best practice character schools

by Ana Maria Carvajal Chartier

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moral education -- Ontario -- Case studies.,
  • Teachers -- Ontario -- Attitudes.,
  • Students -- Ontario -- Attitudes.,
  • School principals -- Ontario -- Attitudes.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ana Maria Carvajal Chartier.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 111 leaves
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20922865M

    The founding principal of Durant, an alternative high school in a northeast U.S. city, believed that the school's original vision of fostering independent learning in real-life settings would survive only if teachers, students, and parents shared that vision. Character education is part of both the formal curriculum and the ethos of the College of Education. Several education classes examine moral development and ethics and the responsibilities of teachers as character educators while school-and-campus-wide programs habituate students to service and community involvement.

    This teacher's guide, which focuses on the book A Dog's Life by Ann M. Martin, challenges students to create stories from a first- or third-person point of view, make . 1. Positive Perspectives on Parents and Families "Whether it’s an informal chat as the parent brings the child to school, or in phone conversation or home visits, or through newsletters sent home, teachers can begin a dialogue with family members that can result in learning about each of the families through genuine communication.".

    Ms. Keen is Melinda’s biology teacher. Melinda thinks she could have been a brilliant scientist, and doesn't understand why she is a teacher instead. She successfully gets Melinda interested in seed and plant growth. Principal Principal. Principal Principal is the average high school principal. Melinda continually pokes fun at his ineptness. reflective perspective toward ethical decision-making. Keywords: ethics, teacher, education, decision making, case analysis, narrative 1. Introduction Introduce the Problem Many of the concerns confronting teachers in U.S. public schools today, indeed File Size: KB.


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