An Integrated Approach to Character Education

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Overview

Shows how to promote character growth and discernment of right from wrong among schoolchildren of all age groups.

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Editorial Reviews

June 1999 Choice Magazine
"This book ought to be required reading for people who want to influence the moral development of students in schools. It effectively bridges the gaps between theory and practice, and between university educational researchers and K-12 teachers and administrators. "
June 1999 CHOICE

"This book ought to be required reading for people who want to influence the moral development of students in schools. It effectively bridges the gaps between theory and practice, and between university educational researchers and K-12 teachers and administrators."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761904380
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 12/18/1997
  • Series: One-off Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 1,442,383
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction - Timothy Rusnak
The Six Principles of Integrated Character Education
PART ONE: CHARACTER EDUCATION IS NOT A SUBJECT, IT IS PART OF EVERY SUBJECT
Integrating Character into the Life of the School - Timothy Rusnak
Making Character Work - William J Switala
PART TWO: INTEGRATED CHARACTER EDUCATION IS ACTION EDUCATION
Character, Curriculum and Action Education - Thomas Farrelly
Learning beyond the Classroom - James Antis
PART THREE: A POSITIVE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT HELPS BUILD CHARACTER
Building a Positive Classroom Environment - Mark John Tierno
More Than a Good Lesson Plan - Kenneth Barbour
PART FOUR: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT IS ENCOURAGED THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY AND PRACTICE
Leadership, Character Growth, and Authenticity - James E Henderson
Making Leadership Count - Robert D Myers
PART FIVE: EMPOWERED TEACHERS PROMOTE CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
Constructing Learning and Character - Frank M Ribich
Fostering Character Growth - Judy Heasley
PART SIX: THE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY ARE VITAL PARTNERS IN DEVELOPING CHARACTER
Community, Character and Schooling - V Robert Agostino
Partnering with the Community - Donna Milanovich
Epilogue: Getting Started - Paul Black
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