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Videos

“Character Education: Application in the Classroom," (Elementary K-6) (1998). Port Chester, NY: National Professional Resources (800/453-7461).

“Character Education: Application in the Classroom," (Secondary) (1998). Port Chester, NY: National Professional Resources (800/453-7461).

"Character Education: Restoring Respect and Responsibility in Our Schools," with Tom Lickona. (1996). Port Chester, NY: National Professional Resources. (800/453-7461).

”Eleven Principles of Effective Character Education," with Tom Lickona & Catherine Lewis. (1997). Port Chester, NY: National Professional Resources. (800/453-7461).

“Ways We Want Our Class To Be." (1996). Oakland, CA: Developmental Studies Center. (800-666-7270).

For Parents

Borba, Michele. (2001). Building moral intelligence: The seven essential virtues that teach kids to do the right thing. (Ages 3-15). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Borba. Michele. (2004). Don’t give me that attitude: 24 rude, selfish, insensitive things kids do and how to stop them. (Ages 5-15) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Borba. Michele. (2003). No more misbehavin’: 38 difficult behaviors and how to stop them. (Ages 3-12) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Borba, Michele. (1999). Parents do make a difference: How to raise kids with solid character, strong minds, and caring hearts. (To age 12) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Doherty, William. (2000). Take back your kids: Confident parenting in turbulent times. Notre Dame, IN: Sorin Books.

Dosick, Wayne. (1995). Golden rules: The 10 ethical values parents need to teach their children. San Francisco: Harper Collins.

Dotson, Anne. (1997). Teaching character: Parent’s idea book. Chapel Hill, NC: Character Development Group, Inc. (888/262-0572).

Eyre, Linda and Richard (1993).Teaching your children values. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Faber, Adele & Elaine Mazlish. (1999). How to talk so kids will listen and listen so kids will talk. New York: Avon Books.

Gauld, Laura and Malcolm. (2002). The biggest job we’ll ever have: The Hyde School program for character-based education and parenting. New York: Scribner.

LeGette, Helen R. (1999). Parents, kids & character: 21 strategies to help your children develop good character. Chapel Hill, NC: Character Development Group, Inc. (888/262-0572).

Lickona, Thomas. (1983). Raising good children: How to help your child develop a lifelong sense of honesty, decency, and respect for others. (From birth through the teenage years). New York: Bantam Books.

Lickona, Tom and Judy with William Boudreau, M.D. (2003). Sex, love & you: Making the right decision. (For teens and parents). Notre Dame, IN: Ave Maria Press.

McDowell, Josh and Bob Hostetler. (1994). Right from wrong: What you need to know to help youth make right choices. Dallas, TX: Word Publishing.

Nicholaus, Bret and Paul Lowrie. (1997). The mom & dad conversation piece. New York: Ballantine Books.

Popov, Linda Kavelin, with Dan Popov and John Kavelin. (1997). The family virtues guide: Simple ways to bring out the best in our children and ourselves. New York: Plume, div. of Penguin Books.

Stenson, James B., (2003). Compass: A handbook on parent leadership. New York: Scepter Publishers. (800/322-8773).

Turecki, Stanley K., M.D., and Leslie Tonner. (1985). The difficult child. New York: Bantam Books.

Unell, Barbara and Jerry Wyckoff, Editor. (1995). 20 teachable virtues: Practical ways to pass on lessons of virtue and character to your children. New York: Perigee Books.