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Classroom Management

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Learning and Practicing Good Manners

Use the following lessons, resources, and activities for all grade levels to practice good manners, investigate temporal and cultural differences, and test students’ knowledge.

Six Character-Building Behaviors Students Should Learn

These six attributes of character are the six pillars of the Character Counts youth-ethics initiative.

Caring in Action

Teaching students to act in caring ways - being kind, compassionate, expressing gratitude, forgiving others, and helping people in need.

Calm, Cool, & Consistent

Teacher has students talk it out and come up their own solutions.

Acting Out

An elementary school in Michigan has instituted a virtues program that uses in-class activities and school-wide assemblies to make talking about good behavior fun.

Driver Does Not Tolerate Abusive Language

You have to let children know that bad language is just not acceptable.

Largest Donation Ever From High School Students

How a teacher inspired her students to give the largest donation ever made by a U.S. high school to help clear mine fields in southeastern Africa.

A Substitute Talks About Abusive Language

An Oakland, California, educator shares insights and tools for managing verbal rudeness - from the mildly impolite to the dangerously insulting.

Life Lessons Through Sports

Developing confident, independent Kids though physical challenges and activity.

Giving Back to the Community

The class field trip that saved a local park, brought a community together, and taught valuable civics lessons to students and adults.

Roughly Speaking - Students & Abusive Language

Helping students understand abusive language and how to communicated to others with respect.