Character Education. Videos and activities for engaging character education in secondary schools
Resumen: The Researching and Promoting Character Education in Latin American Secondary Schools project began in December 2015 as an initiative of the School of Education and Psychology and the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS). With funding from the Templeton World Charity Foundation, it falls under the University of Navarra¿s Research Group on Education, Citizenship and Character.
The research project is from which this educational guide emerged. we created a series of animated videos¿seven in total and available in
English and Spanish¿that are a starting point for addressing dispositions such as courage, justice, honesty, compassion, self-control, gratitude and humility or modesty in the classroom. They reveal keys to the development of habits, positive attitudes and ultimately to personal development.Together with audiovisual material, we also provide work sheets and video transcripts to aid students¿ learning.