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Generation Z Character Ed That Sticks

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NEA Announce
March 23, 2017
NEA MEMBER BENEFITS
NEA TOOLS AND IDEAS
MEMBERS AND EDUCATORS HOME
Character Education That Sticks With Today's Students

The newest generation of students don't respond well to character words of the day or motivational posters on a wall. Technology and parenting styles have shifted the way they want to learn and engage. Generation Y and Z are EPIC (Experiential, Participatory, Image–Rich, and Connected) and prefer to be taught that way.

What if character education was worth your time and actually made a difference?

What if you had less disciplinary incidents to handle because your students had healthy habits and attitudes?

Dr. Tim Elmore sought to develop a practical, research–based way to do just this. With the understanding that students are EPIC, he created Habitudes, an image–based curriculum that allows educators to have meaningful conversations that positively impact the lives of their students.

Over 8,000 schools and organizations have found Habitudes helps their students:

  • Develop habits of self–discipline and initiative
  • Implement time management skills to do what really counts
  • Identify their unique strengths and passions for a healthy self–image
  • Build strong character based on integrity and emotional security
  • Develop critical thinking skills that produce better life choices, such as choosing healthy friends, improving study habits and setting goals
  • Acquire many more self–leadership habits

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About Growing Leaders
Growing Leaders is a global nonprofit that encourages and equips young students to take on real–life opportunities and challenges in the classroom, in their careers, and in the community. We do this by partnering with college faculty and staff to help them teach practical life and leadership skills through a research-based process that uses intriguing images, fascinating stories and engaging experiences that are relatable and memorable. We have worked with more than 8000 universities, sports teams, youth organizations and businesses in the US and around the world to help develop strong leadership habits and attitudes in young students.
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