You know that there is a difference between saying 'It got lost' to 'I lost it" but do your kids know? Do they understand this difference?
Indeed, being accountable - and understanding and accepting the role our choices play in the things that happen - are crucial signs of emotional and moral maturity. That's why responsibility is one of the main pillars of good character.
Invite your students to the discussion what responsibility is, what its importance is, etc.
• recognize what responsible behavior is;
• recognize that they have responsibilities to others as well
as to themselves;
• understand the kinds of problems that can arise from being
• learn how to handle situations that might keep them from acting in a responsible way
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- Building Moral Character Intelligence: Responsibility Teacher's Guide
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