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  • 1. Mission of the institute: to improve the ethical quality of society by changing personal and organizational decision making and behaviorPrograms:CHARACTER COUNTS!®/TusValoresCuentan – 7 million children and families; nearly 1,000 member organizations Pursuing Victory With Honor/Logrando la Victoria con HonorEthics in the Workplace – Government, Policing, School Administration, BusinessMichael Josephson Radio Commentaries 2. En 1992, el Instituto Josephson fue el anfitrión de unareuniónqueincluyó a 30 expertos en educación del carácter, representantes de variasorganizacionesdedicadas a proveerservicio a jóvenes y organizacioneseducativas de los EstadosUnidos, paraformular un programanacionalpara la educación del carácter,identificando los seispilares del carácter.
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  • 1. CHARACTER COUNTS!®Everywhere, All the Time…
  • 2. Quotes ActivityRead the quotes and select one that you like. Reflect : why do you like it?Share your reflection with the person next to your right
  • 3. AgendaObjectives – Share the framework ofCharacter Counts program.Expectations – interactive discussion, lots ofquestions, share your ideas and experiencesTrust the process – please participate fully
  • 4. MISION CAG PROGRAMA DE VALORES«Nuestra misión es conferir a los alumnos Nuestro PROGRAMA DE VALORES del PODER para alcanzar su MAXIMO refuerza la MISION CAG, el cual, POTENCIAL e INSPIRARLOS a llevar integrado al currículo busca:VIDAS SIGNIFICATIVAS como miembros RESPONSABLES de una SOCIEDAD GLOBAL»  Valorar el aprendizaje continuo Creemos en: como fuente de conocimiento y Las características y necesidades bienestar para toda la vida. únicas de nuestros alumnos  Utilizar en forma responsable las (intelectuales, sociales, emocionales y destrezas tecnológicas y de físicas) comunicación que contribuyen a su aprendizaje. El respeto por la diversidad religiosa,  Mostrar un sentido de conciencia y política, social y cultural cuidado de su medio ambiente. El fortalecimiento de los rasgos de  Demostrar respeto, comprensión y carácter positivo y valores éticos aprecio por la diversidad cultural La responsabilidad compartida de toda  Desarrollar hábitos y actitudes que la comunidad educativa para alcanzar fomenten un ambiente físico y estándares de excelencia en todos los emocional seguro en la comunidad educativa. aspectos de sus vidas
  • 5. How did Character Counts start?Josephson Institute and Programs Aspen Declaration on Character Education The Six Pillars
  • 6. People do not automatically develop good moral character; therefore, conscientious efforts must be made to instructyoung people in the values and abilities necessary for moral decision making and conduct. - Aspen Declaration .
  • 7. Trustworthiness RespectResponsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship
  • 8. Six Pillars of Character TRUSTWORTHINESS – honesty, integrity, promise-keeping, loyalty RESPECT – courtesy, nonviolence, tolerance, autonomy RESPONSIBILITY – duty, accountability, pursuit of excellence, self-restraint FAIRNESS – openness, consistency, impartiality CARING – kindness, compassion, empathy CITIZENSHIP – civic virtue, lawfulness, common good
  • 9. My plate is already full!
  • 10. Character is the plate
  • 11. To educate a child in the mind but not the morals is to educate a menace to society. - Theodore Roosevelt
  • 12. Poster Activity• Step 1: Divide paper in half. On one side list the wordsrepresented in your pillar; on the other side draw the symbolsthat represent those words on your poster.• Step 2: Choose 4 words that best represent your pillar; choose1 symbol.• Step 3: Share your poster with the rest of the group
  • 13. Trustworthiness• Promise Keeping Integrity• Honesty Honesty• Integrity Promise-Keeping• Loyalty Loyalty
  • 14. Balloon GameThe balloon represents a lie.When I say go, toss the balloon in the air and tryto keep it in the air. If the balloon touches theground, your lie has been discovered and you’reout.
  • 15. • Treating people with respect means letting them know that: • Their safety and happiness matter • They’re important and worthy simply because they’re fellow human beings • Live by the Golden Rule
  • 16. P A, K, Q, JOP 10, 9, 8UL 7, 6, 5AR 4, 3, 2
  • 17. Responsibility• Responsibility requires that you recognize what you do — and don’t do — matters.
  • 18. Activity Video Los niños hacen lo que venWhat was your reactions about this video?What does your reactions say about your role in this process?
  • 19. • Process – How we make decisions. • The moral obligation is to make decisions fairly. This is called procedural fairness.• Results – What we decide (the substance of the decision). The consequences or benefits should be fair. • The moral obligation is to make fair decisions. This is called substantive fairness.
  • 20. Fairness Videos Susan Boyle
  • 21. Caring Caring – and the virtuesof compassion, kindness, benevolence, altruism, charity, generosity, and sharing – is the heart of ethics.
  • 22. Pepper Experiment Step 1: Sprinkle the pepper in the water. Step 2: Hold the soap in the middle of the pepper. Step 3: Pour the sugar in the center of the water.
  • 23. Citizenship• Fulfill your civic duties.• Do your share.• Respect authority.• Pursue civic virtues
  • 24. Citizenship Videos Lead India Tree
  • 25. Teach Enforce Explain that success  Praise good behavior. and happiness depend  Discourage bad behavior. on who you are inside.  Impose fair and consistent Teach the difference consequences – even between right and when difficult or costly to wrong using the Six do so – and follow through. Pillars of Character as your guide.
  • 26. Advocate Model Encourage your  Ensure that your own youngster to live up to behavior sends the the Six Pillars of right messages and Character – reinforces the right everywhere, all the thing. time!  Be accountable. Tell stories of people you know who have acted with character.
  • 27. What Do You Want Most for Your Children?
  • 28. Leprechaun TestIf you saved the life of a leprechaun and hegranted you one wish for your children, whatwould you choose? • Enormous wealth • Fabulous good looks • Superb athletic ability • Great fame • Genuine happiness
  • 29. Leprechaun TestOkay, the leprechaun says, pick the qualityyou think is most likely to produce genuinehappiness: • Enormous wealth • Fabulous good looks • Superb athletic ability • Great fame • Deep and enduring personal relationships
  • 30. Leprechaun TestFinally, he says, then you pick the quality mostlikely to produce deep and enduring personalrelationships. • Enormous wealth • Fabulous good looks • Superb athletic ability • Great fame • Good character – trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship
  • 31. Leprechaun TestBefore you decide, think about this: Can youimagine having a deep and enduring personalrelationship with someone who: • You cannot trust? • Does not treat you with respect? • You can’t count on because he/she is irresponsible? • Is consistently unfair? • Is totally selfish; never thinks of others?
  • 32. Leprechaun Lesson Having meaningful and enduring personal relationships is the surest road to happiness and having good character is the surest road to good relationships. Therefore, good character is the surest road to happiness.
  • 33. CHARACTER COUNTS!®Everywhere, All the Time…