The Five Most Creative Ways to Give Children the Edge They Need to Succeed

In writing and researching UnSelfie, I flew the world, spoke with hundreds of researchers, conducted focus groups with more than five hundred children, and visited dozens of schools. I witnessed countless ways to cultivate empathy, but the most effective were always real, meaningful, and matched a child’s needs. Here are a few of the most creative … Continue reading “The Five Most Creative Ways to Give Children the Edge They Need to Succeed”

Lessons from Germany: The Values of Educational Exchange

Back in college I never had the opportunity to study abroad. My strict soccer schedule paired with a strategically planned academic course load never lent itself to the novelty of traveling and living in another country for a semester, let alone a year. As my friends shipped off for England and Spain, I envied their … Continue reading “Lessons from Germany: The Values of Educational Exchange”

2012 Promising Practices In Character Education Winners

We love ideas — new, creative, and powerful ways to effectively integrate character education into the lives of students who need it. This afternoon, we were treated to a peak into the world of this year’s amazing crop of Promising Practices recipients! Check out an amazing and passionate group of students from Comsewogue High School … Continue reading “2012 Promising Practices In Character Education Winners”

CEP’s 2012 International Summit on Character Education

“Every person wants their kids to be good human beings. Depending on the culture, the details get fuzzy. And how those details fits into the national education system is a big issue as well.” 

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