The direct and indirect effects of public education on character education and how teachers can improve it
My study of character education led me to a personal project in an effort to better understand the subject. I decided to begin my classes with a word or phrase, which gave positive value message to my students. I averaged about four days per week over fifteen weeks. I originally conducted an indirect study of student response and noted my reactions to what I saw and heard. I decided to create a more comprehensive approach to understanding my students' responses to this activity. I created an anonymous, name-optional questionnaire, administered it, and compiled a statistical analysis of the responses it garnered.
Axtman, Richard Patrick, "The direct and indirect effects of public education on character education and how teachers can improve it" (2006). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 1768.
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