Incorporating Character Education into Your STEM Lessons
It is easy to see how character education fits well within the disciplines of literature and history, but is it possible to find meaningful ways to utilize this program in a science or math class? Yes! The depth and richness of the Medal of Honor Character Development Program can be a vehicle to take lessons of service and courage into the world of numbers and scientific discovery.
In this webinar for the edWeb.net Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice community, presenter Tim Smith, 7th Grade Math Teacher in Tennessee, shared how to use the Medal of Honor Character Development curriculum to explore content specific vocabulary, provide a unique context for mathematical exploration, and cultivate the seeds of discovery and invention. Tim explored how you can motivate your students to pursue their technological aspirations with integrity and a view to serve others.
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Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice is a professional learning community, hosted by the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation that highlights a free character education program that includes lesson plans, video vignettes, webinars and primary source documents for secondary school teachers to use in the classroom as examples of courage, integrity, and good citizenship. The program is built on the premise that all people have within them the capacity for extraordinary bravery and selfless service. This program is sponsored by Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.
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