Nurturing your passion to help students become good people
CultureFeed honors educators’ commitment to a better world by providing research, fresh ideas, classroom success stories, and interviews with scholars and school leaders.
Part two of a two-part series: How four leaders created a program to form character that lasts beyond the school day—and the results emerging so far.
History, argues educator and author Joshua Gibbs, is a story of heroes and villains. Rather than a mere retelling of facts, history should be used as a powerful tool to teach virtue, defined by Gibbs as “a quality of excellence in a human being” such as wisdom, courage, temperance, and love.