Helping Middle and High School Students Develop Strong Character
Integrity, emotional security, self-discipline, determination, and initiative are just some of the necessary skills students need to succeed both in and out of school. Unfortunately, many students aren't developing them today. What if there was a straightforward way to teach students integrity and other essential character education skills? That's why we designed Habitudes for Building Character: The Art of Self-Leadership to be used as a character education program.
Practical Character Education
Students across the world have used this character development program to better themselves and educators have found that Habitudes creates margin in their busy day when used in advisement periods, character education classes, and academic settings.
Habitudes for Building Character: The Art of Self-Leadership helps middle and high school students:
- Develop habits of self-discipline and initiative
- Implement time management skills to do what really counts
- Plan for personal growth outside the classroom
- Identify their unique strengths and passions for a healthy self-image
- Build strong character based on integrity and emotional security
- Choose their own core values
- And many more self-leadership habits
Habitudes Case Study:
Hart County High School
Watch how Habitudes has been used as a character education curriculum and helped one school invest in their students.
What's Included in Habitudes
Our character education curriculum includes access to the following teaching resources:
Flexible Lesson Plans
Results Schools Have Seen While Using Habitudes
The following results have been reported by schools who have used Habitudes:
300% Increase in Student Leadership Team
45% increase in community service hours per students
400% increase in student-initiated clubs
11% decrease in disciplinary incidents
60% decrease in fights
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Explore Other Habitudes Programs
Growing Leaders offers multiple specialized programs for teaching middle and high school students valuable life skills. Our social-emotional learning (SEL) curriculum offers more specific guidance for teaching social and emotional skills. Develop critical leadership skills with the high school leadership program for students already exhibiting an interest in leadership, like those in student government, student ambassadors, and other leadership clubs. When graduation approaches, use our college and career lesson plans to equip young adults for the transition by developing critical skills like resilience and problem-solving.