Integrity is taking responsibility for your actions, acting in an honest and sincere manner, and respecting the beliefs and principles of others. Students who develop these skills in the classroom will be able to carry them over to life outside the school walls. Browse the tools below that get students thinking about ethical decisions, standing up against bullying, taking responsibility for their schoolwork, and reflecting inward.
Interested in seeing tips on how you might use some of these tools in the classroom? Check out our blog series We All Teach SEL: Inspiring Activities for Every Classroom.
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