“Don’t wait…if you have something to give, give it now.”
People with courage possess ten shared characteristics.
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From our guest contributor Michael Josephson. It’s in the news all the time – kids are cheating in school in new ways and at unprecedented rates. One of the reasons is the way schools and parents deal with or ignore
Every time you point someone in the right direction, you’re not only making a distinctive contribution to his or her life . . . you’re passing the torch to someone who’ll likely pay it forward.
There are countless ways for students to practice kindness and increase their empathy capacities.
These 9 habits help kids develop, practice and live an empathetic lifestyle.
Honor matters! Your word is your bond, after all.
Step 1. Define the term, “Goal” — One of the easiest ways to explain goals is to link the term to something children are familiar with such as hockey, soccer, or football.
Former Iowa State kicker Cole Netten put together a video of mean tweets sent to him throughout his seasons as a Cyclone, followed by the post-season awards he won.