A Proven Character Education and Leadership Curriculum for High School and Middle School Students
Also Addresses their Social Emotional Learning Needs
If you are looking for a comprehensive, user-friendly, high-interest character education curriculum for high school and middle school students, you are in the right spot. The Character Development & Leadership (CDL) Program has 15 years of supporting research, it is aligned with the ELA Common Core Standards and it also addresses the Social Emotional Learning needs of students. And the 216 interactive, meaningful lesson plans meet their diverse learning styles.
Administrators say the Character Development and Leadership Program improves the school climate and teaches valuable social-emotional skills. Teachers say that it is complete and easy to teach. Students say it is engaging, challenging and relevant to their lives. After 15 years of development, feedback and research, we just say that it works! This program changes students, changes schools and changes communities.
This top character education program for middle/high schools is well-organized and has a consistent set of 12 lesson plans to teach each of the 18 character/leadership traits. Schools begin by purchasing the lead curriculum for the teacher and at least a classroom set of the Role Model textbooks for the students. Together, this creates a complete program that includes role models textbook readings, ethical dilemmas, lectures, basic skills, writing assignments, www assignments, quote exercises, character movies, virtual leadership principles and an updated weekly blog.
Unlike other programs, this character education and leadership curriculum for high schools and middle schools isn’t just a bunch of lesson plans thrown together to be used as a filler at the end of class. Students love it and so do teachers. This character education program has enough material to be taught as a stand-alone elective course, used for four consecutive years in a homeroom without duplication, or integrated into already existing classes. The following is a list of ways schools implement this curriculum:
- Elective Leadership Course
- High School Freshmen Academy
- Advisory or Homeroom Approach
- English & Remedial Reading/Writing Course
- Supplement for ESL or ELD Courses
- Student Government (ASB) Course
- Supplement for Career Development, Business or Health Classes
- Teaching Modality for In-School Suspension
- Tier I & II PBIS Intervention & RTI Enrichment
Character Education Curriculum for High School and Middle School: Different Settings
The curriculum can be implemented in a wide variety of ways. Learn about some of the ways schools have implemented our program by clicking on the buttons below.
Role Models: Examples of Character and Leadership serves as the textbook for the curriculum and is one of the essential lesson plans. As such, almost all schools order classroom set(s) for the students to read. This book is designed to inspire students to do better and be better. We believe the lack of role models in a child’s life creates a void that we can begin to address in this book. The Role Models textbook highlights 17 individuals who exemplify the different character traits covered in the curriculum. This book offers a mix of historical figures that have stood the test of time like Amelia Earhart, Booker T. Washington and Helen Keller, as well as contemporary figures who are worthy of our admiration, such as Pat Tillman, Sonia Sotomayor and Oprah Winfrey. Learn more about the textbook.
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