Educating for Character I

Educating for Character I

Teaching Values and Creating a Moral Classroom Community
Based on the 12-Point Comprehensive Approach to Character Education developed by famous Dr Thomas Lickona to help Educators develop Good Character in Kids and Youths
2 Add’l Seat Free for each Participant Registered bef 16 Feb12

Seminar Details

Fee: S$980 per participant
Include: Lunches, Snacks and Seminar Coursebook
Date: 23-24 Feb 2012,  Thu-Fri  2 days
Time/Venue: 9.30am to 5pm, Anson Center (may change Venue)

Early Birds Perks :  

2 Add’l Seats Free for each Participant Registered bef 16Feb12

1 Inspiration CD : Printer-Ready Posters, Screensavers Quotes, Articles, Forms, etc.

$30 Book Voucher for FIRST 20 Paid Registrations


For Whom

This seminar is highly relevant to all Educators, Schools Supervisors,   Teachers, Lecturers, Instructors, Dept Heads, Principals,  Directors,  Educational Psychologists, Counselors, Operations/Management Staff of Homes/Prisons, Section Heads, Course Leaders,  Educational Policy,  Curriculum Planners…..anyone who needs to know how to teach Good Moral Values.


Seminar Presenter

Dr. Hal Urban, PhD, a dynamic, inspirational and award winning speaker who shares his wealth of knowledge about “Life’s Greatest Lessons” and about teaching at any grade level.  People of all ages and in a variety of organizations have been enriched by his wisdom, common sense, and humor.He was a high school teacher for many years and also taught at the University of San Francisco.  He is a well-known leader in the Character Education movement and is in constant demand as a speaker at National Conference, Schools and Community Events.  

Dr Urban is the 2005 winner of Sanford N McDonnell Lifetime Achievement Award in Character Education,  the highest award given in Character Education.

Seminar Topics

Teachers as Caring Caregiver, Model & Mentor
Creating a Moral Community in the Classroom
Setting the class up for right Behaviors.
How Greetings, showing Respect, Manners and Teaching the Golden Rule can create a Caring Environment that builds trust and relationships.
How caring relationships will foster both the desire to learn and the desire to be a good person.
“What you permit, you promote” : Importance of correcting wrongful actions.

Positive Start to every Lesson
Applying NLP to create positive learning expectations and powerful class habits.
Importance of Visual Reminders and Reinforcement.
Powerful Use of  Quotations & Class Discussions.
Teachers as Caregivers, Models, and Ethical Mentors.    

Moral Discipline, Moral Reflection &Conflict Resolution
Using rules and consequences to develop moral reasoning, self-control, and a generalized respect for others.
Creating an environment that lets students learn morality by living it.
Prevention Strategies and preparedness instead of reacting to conflicts.  

Power of Right Attitudes
Powerful use of stories to teach empathy and foster ethical reflection
Importance of teaching Thankfulness and fostering the right attitudes
Why not your Best
4 Most Important Life’s Decisions

Power of Words
Increasing Awareness on how words can Hurt or Heal.
Creating Learning Opportunities for Students to use Positive Words and showing appreciation to each other.

Teach Students about Communication  
Verbal and non-Verbal ways in communicating your Character.

Making Important Life Choices & Goal-Setting
Teach students about the importance of making the right Life Choices and choosing Good Character
Teach students how to set meaningful Life Goals for themselves.


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“No one who desires to become good will become good

unless he does good things.”  -  Aristotle