Teachers at all levels of schooling, from early childhood to university, realize that academic ability alone is not enough for children’s success. The different behaviors around which we see ourselves, as well as via social networks, also lead many teachers, parents and decision-makers to wonder what is missing from our education?
Thus, the idea of character education began to emerge and was seen as an important part of school education. Teachers and schools make a list of a series of characters that their students see as important to becoming successful adults. Although character training has become popular, there is no agreement on which characters to prioritize and will perform well for a long time.
Character doesn’t always mean good
What do you imagine of a child with a good character? Is his demeanor always laudable, kind, easy to maintain, and never argues with? If you know your boyfriend’s friend …