Help students think about what good digital citizenship looks like.
Help students think about and prepare for what caring looks like and sounds like in challenging circumstances.
Students will discuss how to apply the concept of fairness to complex, real-life situations.
Students discuss and write about what it means to be responsible and how they can demonstrate responsibility in their personal affairs.
Acknowledging the effects of others’ hard work on their community, students create a photo and text exhibit that examines the careers of individuals in the community whose work they respect.
Help students understand how critical trustworthiness is to successful schools, friendships, communities, and relationships.
Provide students with an opportunity to discuss and reflect on The Six Pillars of Character and the impact of the pillars on their year.
Provide students an opportunity to discuss problems faced by their community and how engaged citizens can support these areas of concern.
Provide students an opportunity to discuss the impact of spreading the warmth of caring to others in the world.
Discuss class expectations of fairness. Then create a play about holding themselves and one another accountable to ensure the classroom is one of fairness and equal opportunities.