Respect, Responsibility, & Character Development


Respect, Responsibility and Character Building

Character Building in Today’s Classrooms
Reactions and Responses to Students who Do Not Seem to Care
Building Blocks for Responsibility and Respect
Motivating Students Who Don’t Care


ATi Seminar Agenda


Character Building in Today’s Classrooms
Build Community in Your School
Five Key Questions Raised by Teachers
Three Minute Intervention and Power Talk
Teaching Concepts of Values with Literature

Reactions and Responses to Students who Do Not Seem to Care
Unmet Needs of Students
Unmet Needs Can Lean to Anger Issues
Preventing Brain Lock-up
The Strong-Willed Student
Five Keys to Success with all Students

Building Blocks for Responsibility and Respect
Responsibility A-Z
Strategies to Develop Student Responsibility
11 Ways to Teach Students to Be Respectful
5 Steps to Building Student Self-Esteem
When to Handle Disrespect to Authority
Seven Deadly Mistakes that Cause Students to Resist Authority

Motivating Students Who Don’t Care
Some Causes of “I Don’t Care Attitudes
8 Ways to Increase Student Motivation
5 Must-Knows for Motivating Students
Tools to Change Student’s Defeating Attitudes
Attribution Retraining
Eight Steps to Cognitive Retention of Rules


University Semester Credit
Semester hours from The University of the Pacific Center for Professional and Continuing Education. $62 per credit. Acceptable to most participants, including many on district funding or release time, as credit is awarded for additional, “Teacher-Friendly,” follow-up activities. For Graduate Professional Development participants NOT pursuing an advanced degree at UOP. Enroll at the seminar, except in CT, NJ, OH, PA and WI. Credit for seminars in these states, or for other credit questions ONLY, call (800) 479-1995.