Steps of the Golden
Compass | Purchase Activity Book | Professional Development Opportunities
Make a good choice! How many times does a student hear this exhortation? The process of making a good choice may be influenced by many factors such as a person's values, family training, community norms, emotions and/or self-interest. With all the factors that influence choices, students find it difficult to explain how they prioritize options to make a good decision.
Designed for application in middle and high schools, the activities and skills taught through application of The Golden Compass provide a compass needle that points students to decisions in support of positive character.
Teachers and students are encouraged to complete the introductory exercises together and create a skill base for character-based decision making. Following the basic skill development, The Golden Compass presents 56 dilemmas to help students practice character-based decision making. The dilemmas are circumstances that are relevant to the life of middle school and high-school students while at school, home or in the community.
There is often more than one good option to solve life's dilemmas. The Golden Compass provides activities to help students practice reasoning skills while validating the importance of positive character to guide decisions.
The Steps of The Golden Compass
"Golden Compass dilemmas are among the best character education activities I've ever read. I highly recommend this book!"
Hal Urban, Ph. D Author, Life's Greatest Lessons
Purchase The Golden Compass
Click here to purchase The Golden Compass for $20 (US) not including postage.
Home | About SEE
| Programs | What's
New | Consulting | Resources | Contact
Us | Search