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"Unless knowledge is transformed into wisdom, and wisdom is expressed in character; education is a wasteful process."

-Sai Baba-

Our Goal

Our goal is a new world of learning based on the compelling truth that improving education is the key to the survival of the human race. It's a world of creativity, inspiration, and ambition informed by evidence and experience.

It's a world where students become lifelong learners and develop 21st-century skills. It's a world where innovation is the rule, not the exception. It's a world where schools provide rigorous project-based learning, social and emotional learning, and access to new technology. It's a world where students and parents, teachers and administrators, policy makers and the people they serve are all empowered with a shared vision to change education for the better.

We call this place FOM, and we provide not just the vision for this new world of learning but the information and community connections to make it a reality.

In particular, in the 21st century, we believe three skills are fundamental

The ability to find fact-based

information.

The ability to assess the quality of information

The ability to creatively and effectively use the information to accomplish the goal

K-12 Character Education & Social Emotional Learning

ELEMENTARY GRADES

FOR GRADES K-3


- Trustworthiness - Fairness - Bullying - Respect - Responsibility - Caring - Prejudice - Listening to Others - Working Out Conflicts - Controlling Anger - Citizenship




FOR GRADES K-5


- Resolving Conflicts - Being Friends - Asking for Help - Appreciating Yourself - Dealing with Disappointment - Doing the Right Thing - Saying No - Dealing with Feelings - Being Responsible - Cooperation





GENERAL

What is character education?


Character education is the process of learning common attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that are important for people to have as responsible citizens. Good character education can provide ground rules for life for adults and young people, and it stresses the importance of helping children learn and practice behaviors that reflect universal ethical values.

Character education helps children and youth become:
- Conscious of the right thing to do. - Committed to doing the right thing. - Competent in doing the right thing.




Why character education?


Many people are concerned about the breakdown in the healthy moral development of children. Increases in delinquency, pregnancies, violence and substance abuse continue to climb among adolescents. Surveys have shown astonishingly high levels of cheating, lying, stealing and drunken driving among teens and young adults. Adults clearly need to do a better job of teaching and modeling high standards of behavior in the family, school and community. Character education is important in every aspect of a child’s life, including the family, school and community. Kids need consistent messages, and they need all the adults in their lives to have high standards and expectations for ethical behavior. Character education can and should happen as a long-term, communitywide, community-based effort involving schools, parents, law enforcement, religiouse institutions, businesses and other youth and family organizations.





MIDDLE GRADES

FOR GRADES 4-8


- Trustworthiness - Respect - Responsibility - Fairness - Caring - Citizenship




FOR GRADES 5-9


- Self-Esteem - Respecting Others - You and Your Values - Setting and Achieving Goals - Dealing with Pressures - Getting Along with Parents - Friendship - Speaking of Sex - Saying "No" to Alcohol and Other Drugs - Preventing Conflicts and Violence - Handling Emotions - Responsibility, Self-Respect, Doing the Right Thing





HIGH SCHOOL

FOR GRADES 7-12


- TRUSTWORTHINESS - RESPECT - RESPONSIBILITY - FAIRNESS/JUSTICE - CARING - CITIZENSHIP - HONESTY - COURAGE - DILIGENCE I- NTEGRITY




FOR GRADES 9-12


- ACTING ON YOUR VALUES - THE POWER OF CHOICE - SELF-ESTEEM - COPING WITH PRESSURES - DRUGS & ALCOHOL – Part 1 - DRUGS & ALCOHOL – Part 2 - DRINKING & DRIVING - SEX - FRIENDSHIP & DATING - DEPRESSION & SUICIDE - COMMUNICATING WITH PARENTS - RAISING YOUR PARENTS





ENGAGEMENTS

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STUDENTS
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PARENTS
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TEACHERS

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The Learning Outcomes (LO) of Character Education is a method that aid in measuring what we want students to learn and attain. 

 

The core values are embedded in the following eight LO: 

LO1 to LO4 

Depicts different aspects of character building that are interrelated and feature social and emotional competencies.

LO5 to LO8 

These outcomes are guided by key tenets of Character Education in accordance with the attributes of citizenship such as identity, culture, and active, responsible engagement as a member of society.

LO1


Acquire self-awareness and apply self-management skills to achieve personal wellbeing and effectiveness.




LO2


Act with integrity and make responsible decisions that uphold moral principals




LO3


Acquire social awareness and apply interpersonal skills to build and maintain positive relationships based on mutual respect.




LO4


Be resilient and have the ability to turn challenges into oppertunities.




LO5


Take pride in the national identity, have sense of beloning to the nation and be committed to nation building.




LO6


Value the country's socio-cultural diversity and promote social cohesion and harmony.




LO7


Care for others and contribute actively to the progress of the community and nation.




LO8


Reflect on and respond to community, national and global issues, as an informed and responsible citizen.





Frequently Asked Questions

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