Teach Social Responsibility to Students Through Programs and Classroom Lessons
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The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility works with teachers, principals, guidance counselors, other school staff, and parents to help develop safe, positive, and productive learning environments through research-based programs that improve students’ ability to contribute to their communities, and develop their social and emotional intelligence, and academic performance.
The website lists school services, sorted by grade level, by program, and by content, such as parent workshops, and programs on conflict resolution and discipline for K-12 students. Also included on the website are links to independent classroom lessons, ideas and resources, a blog, news, and publications such as their e-newsletter.
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