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C2 is “The strongest and easiest-to-use character training I’ve found.” – Assistant Superintendent, Texas
C2 trains in 28 character strengths based on Positive Psychology’s concepts and evidence-based research. C2 drives positive student conversations and empowers educators to consistently impact student lives.
CGI is the only character assessment designed to show character development over time.
CGI is sponsored by the Center for Character and Citizenship, University of Missouri-St. Louis. It is available for large groups such as schools, classes, and organizations.
Here is all you want to know about the second edition of C2: Character Challenge in the new online format. This makes the 377-page curriculum affordable as well as easy to use and teach.Read More
We scoured all movies produced since 2010 to find ones that teens like best AND that best illustrate the 28 primary character strengths.Read More
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The top scholar in Character Education, Dr. Marvin Berkowitz, teams with the one he calls ‘an authority in character assessment, Dr. Mark Liston, to write this scholarly article on the validation study of the Character Growth Index.Read More
This popular article by Eric Hoover from the Chronicle of Higher Education gives pertinent information on what universities are looking for in students they will accept.Read More
Here in one place are many tests of various character strengths such as Grit, Kindness, Decision-Making, Honesty, etc. Also included are multidimensional strengths tests such as the VIA Youth Survey. Links are provided to those offered online.Read More
How do high school students get accepted to the university of their choice? Universities are looking for students of character… but how do they know an applicant is virtuous? One of the most exciting developments in the field of Character Education is the creation of the Character Portfolio [© Mark Liston 2014].Read More