Moral and Character Education: The Connection

Moral and Character Education: The Connection

It is not surprising that character development of children and youth is about educating them in moral and ethical matters.  Nothing new here.  From Colonial times through the 20th Century, moral education “was deep in the very fabric of our schools.” Following WWII, a variety of cultural and social changes caused the public to question…Read More >>

Fifty Shades of Gray

Fifty Shades of Gray

Did the title get your attention? Not to worry –this blog is different than the popular movie. Note that the word “gray.” It is not “Grey” as in the movie title. March, in many places, is a “gray” overcast month where one wishes for an early Spring. To brighten up the month of March, consider these “gems”…Read More >>

The Skill of Question-Asking

The Skill of Question-Asking

“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question; I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”  —A. Einstein Ask yourself these two questions: Does question-asking…Read More >>