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  1. Introduction
  2. Our mission as educaters
  3. Character educator
  4. What Is reflection
  5. Knowing the purpose of activity
  6. Tools of an expert
  7. Considering the context
  8. How not to teach values
  9. Bond and Walker suggestion
  10. Definition of moral education
  11. Scruples
  12. How to teach moral education
  13. Moral education and history
  14. Friendship and morality
  15. Lesson plan on fairness
  16. Discussion questions
  17. Teaching values through curriculum
  18. Conclusion
  19. Works cited

?Let's make one thing perfectly clear-you are a character educator. Whether you are a teacher, administrator, custodian, or school bus driver, you are helping to shape the character of the kids you come in contact with. It's in the way you talk, the behaviors you model, the conduct you tolerate, the deeds you encourage, the expectations you transmit.? Reflection can be used in different contexts for different purposes When a teacher provides an assignment they must know the purpose and also consider what context should be used

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