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I teach third grade and we do several things to promote character education. One is that we have awards assemblies in which we focus on specific character traits such as resposibility, fairness, kindness, good citizenship, trustworthy, and respect. Students are selected in a variety of manners to receive an award, are called up on stage, and praised for their success. We make sure all students get at least one award a year. Another procedure we implement is giving them tickets for positive behavior. Two teachers a day are given a few tickets to hand to students demonstrating appropriate behavior in the hall, playground, cafeteria, library, and more. The rule is it can't be one of your own students. Students take the ticket to the office, get a certificate to take home, and their ticket goes on the board in the hall by the office. Their names are announced at the end of each day. When a row is filled, the students in the row are called to the office for yet another prize.
parents talk On 6/21/11, Cheryl wrote: > I teach third grade and we do several things to promote > character education. One is that we have awards assemblies > in which we focus on specific character traits such as > resposibility, fairness, kindness, good citizenship, > trustworthy, and respect. Students are selected in a > variety of manners...See More
Jun 21, 2011


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