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Character Education

unConference - March 24, 2015

The Sterling Institute hosted a Character Education unConference on March 24 at The Sterling Hall School. Twelve different educators and practitioners from the Greater Toronto Area presented on various character education and positive psychology initiatives currently being implemented in a variety of schools. It is heart-warming to know that there are so many passionate teachers reaching out to students to help them become better citizens. It is also uplifting that so many practitioners are presenting and conducting workshops in schools in order to bring their expertise into the classroom. The Sterling Institute would like to thank the presenters (listed below) for sharing their ideas with the group.

  • Jean Shirreff and the Agents of Change - Service learning leadership at The Sterling Hall School
  • Jill Haigh - A sense of "mattering," of being valued and involved at The Mabin School
  • James Hay - Characters in action at The Sterling Hall School
  • Samir Chahine - S.T.R.I.V.E. (students together respecting individual values equally) at Villanova College
  • Elana Segal - Mindfulness and character education at The York School
  • Doone Estey - Encouraging self-esteem from the Parenting Network
  • Jennifer Vincent - Positive psychology and strengths-based resiliency at Montcrest School
  • Tina Jagdeo and Laurie Fraser - Mindfulness and executive functioning at Upper Canada College
  • Celeste Kirsh - Growth mindset blogfolios at The Bishop Strachan School
  • Sarah Crump - The Badge Project (character strengths) at The Bishop Strachan School
  • Louisa Jewell - Creating the PERMA-V classrom from the Canadian Positive Psychology Association
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