Character Education Onus Lies on Teachers

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Character education involves teaching of values and virtues that enables each student to mature themselves as dutiful citizens. Character education instructs students to live life positively. neighbors and communities. It helps a kid to instill the core values in life helping him/ her to grow up to be a well educated, sensible and respectful citizen. These fundamental morals and ethics are based on esteem, honesty, integrity, righteousness and character development. Any child's determining years are spent in school rather than at home. Therefore, character education programs and activities conducted in schools will contribute to positively influencing a kid's future and career effectively.

By instilling the seeds of strong moral and ethical integrity in a kid, character education programs and activities can do wonders. These programs and campaigns should be broad enough to focus on a variety of qualities and virtues that can contribute effectively to build character in kids. Schools can instigate character education to the normal curriculum in a many ways.

Teachers should make use of meetings conducted in their class rooms as a strong and efficient means to focus on moral virtues among their students. Teachers should encourage students to discuss and address certain hands-on experiences. They should also entertain students to discuss about their feelings and their perception on others. While discussing these issues during a class meeting, it is advisable to keep Character education as a guide. These interactions among students and with teachers' will definitely help to respect and regard each other with self-esteem.

Teachers and counselors who conduct above character education programs and campaigns can also instill social skills in their students and make them understand and learn about life skills. These skills definitely help each and every student to deal with a composed and balanced approach and face any type of situation that life may bring. Teachers and school administrators can devise many character education programs that bring about positive personality development in a kid making them a more mature and compassionate individual.

Teachers should take the onus of teaching character education to their students since such programs or activities cannot be performed at home or due to the lack of right techniques to execute them. To conclude, I'm reiterating the fact that it is the responsibility of teachers, parents and the community itself to train, and develop a kid to become a socially respectable and responsible citizen of this country.

Academic instruction isn't the only responsibility teachers have in today's classrooms. More and more, teachers are being called on to teach students about values ... things like making good decisions, the showing of respect, taking responsibility, choosing friends, and having a positive attitude.  It's a responsibility that could be overwhelming, considering the limited hours available in a school day, the number of kids in the classroom, and the diversity of backgrounds and personalities each child represents.

Character Education by Just Do The Right Thing" is a practical and powerful tool that equips educators to tackle values training with confidence.



By: Francis David


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This article was published on 2010/10/12