Teach Different
Teach Different
Jun 13, 2020
"It's better to be alone than in bad company." Teach Different with George Washington - Character
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Should we avoid bad people?

Kids are in the midst of making so many ethical choices about the types of people they should be hanging out with. There is peer pressure to spend time with friends who may make questionable life choices but whose approval is important for a child’s self-esteem. Friendship advice from parents, coaches and other authority figures often go unheard because they conflict with what kids believe inside. Decisions on which company to keep are never easy but they are integral to the healthy moral development of human beings.

Join Steve and Dan Fouts for an unforgettable conversation about character that you can recreate in your classroom using the Teach Different 3-Step Method.

Image source: Wikipedia |  John Trumbull

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