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Character Day Week 2 Ltt Lets Talk Teens

Educator Focused:
What’s the relationship between character (empathy, curiosity, leadership, grit) and screen use?

We’re proud partners of the sixth annual Character Day on September 27, a global event that unites millions of people in schools, companies, and homes to engage in the science of character development. Participation is free, and includes award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. Sign up your whole school or district, individual classroom, or even your home. CharacterDay.org.

Once you sign up, begin (with your students!) the super fun weekly challenges leading up to Character Day. This week’s challenge: Reclaim Joy. Put away your phone for 30 minutes each day, and replace it doing something you love. Go for a walk, read a book, play an instrument, talk to a friend, write in a journal. You name it. #CultivatingCharacter #TechLifeBalance. Participation is free. CharacterDay.org

Parent Focused:

What’s the relationship between character (empathy, curiosity, leadership, grit) and screen use?

We’re proud partners of the sixth annual Character Day on September 27, a global event that unites millions of people in schools, companies, and homes to engage in the science of character development. Participation is free, and includes award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. 

Sign up your family today, and begin (with your kids!) the super fun weekly challenges leading up to Character Day. This week’s challenge: Reclaim Joy. Put away your phone for 30 minutes each day, and replace it doing something you love. Go for a walk, read a book, play an instrument, talk to a friend, write in a journal. You name it. #CultivatingCharacter #TechLifeBalance. Participation is free. CharacterDay.org

Workplace Focus:

What’s the relationship between character (empathy, creativity, teamwork, leadership, grit) and screen use? We’re proud partners of the sixth annual Character Day on September 27, a global event that unites millions of people in companies, schools, and homes to engage in the science of character development. Participation is free, and includes award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. Sign up your company, organization, or home. CharacterDay.org.

Once you sign up, begin (with your colleagues!) the super fun weekly challenges leading up to Character Day. This week’s challenge: Reclaim Joy. Put away your phone for 30 minutes each day, and replace it doing something you love. Go for a walk, read a book, play an instrument, talk to a friend, write in a journal. You name it. #CultivatingCharacter #TechLifeBalance. Participation is free. CharacterDay.org

General Audience Focus:

What’s the relationship between character (empathy, creativity, teamwork, leadership, grit) and screen use? We’re proud partners of the sixth annual Character Day on September 27, a global event that unites millions of people wherever they are- in companies, schools, and homes to engage in the science of character development. Participation is free, and includes award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. You can sign up as an individual or a group at CharacterDay.org. 

Once you sign up, you are invited to begin the super fun weekly challenges leading up to Character Day. This week’s challenge: Reclaim Joy. Put away your phone for 30 minutes each day, and replace it doing something you love. Go for a walk, read a book, play an instrument, talk to a friend, write in a journal. You name it. #CultivatingCharacter #TechLifeBalance. Participation is free. CharacterDay.org

 

Character Day Week 33 Ltt Lets Talk Teens

Have you thought about the relationship between character and screen use? Explore this idea and more by participating in the sixth annual Character Day on September 27. We’re proud partners of this global event that unites millions of people in schools, companies, and homes to engage in the science of character development. The best part? Participation is free! Discover award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. Sign up as a school or workplace, or as an individual, family, or group of friends. Everyone is invited. CharacterDay.org.

After signing up, participation begins with the super fun weekly challenges leading up to Character Day. This week’s challenge: Cultivating Character Online. Before you click, post, or even turn on a screen, pause for 10 seconds and think, how can I do this with character? Which character strengths do I want to cultivate? Sign up to get specific ideas! #CultivatingCharacter #TechLifeBalance

 

Character Day 4 Ltt Lets Talk Teens

 

Join us in exploring the relationship between character and screen use! We are proud partners of the sixth annual Character Day on September 27. This global event unites millions of people in schools, companies, and homes to engage in the science of character development. Participation is free. Benefits include award-winning short films, engaging discussion materials, and a global live stream featuring leaders on these subjects. Sign up as an individual or get your family, friends, and workplace involved! CharacterDay.org.

Sign up and join in on the weekly challenge fun, culminating in Character Day. This week’s challenge: Do a #TechShabbat! Take the ultimate challenge and unplug for a full 24 hours. Fill that day with people and screen-free activities that you love. Plan ahead to keep up the ritual each week, learn to live 24/6, and integrate this fulfilling practice into your life. #TechLifeBalance. #CultivatingCharacter

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