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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fairness is our fourth ethical core value of trustworthiness and it is a tricky concept.  When people tend to disagree, they feel that there is only one fair position-their own.  However, while some situations and decisions are clearly unfair, fairness usually has an ethical thought that has a morally justifiable outcome rather than just a discovery of Continue Reading

  Responsibility is our third ethical core value.  As you know, life is full of choices and it means being in charge of our choices and in our lives.  It means being accountable for what we do and who we are.  We need to recognize what we do and what we don’t do. We need to grow in Continue Reading

  In summary so far, Trustworthiness as one of the key core ethical values has left us thinking in the past six parts about detecting situations in regards to using honesty with truthfulness, sincerity/non-deception and frankness.  It showed us to be honest in our conduct not allowing using trickery in our thinking behavior.  It helped us Continue Reading

  Had a great time presenting by introducing music to “Math and Science for Children Under Five!  The 4 corners of the room was used to do a simple dance “Move the Circle Round and Round” from Dances for Little People CD.  Check out www.welearnbydoing.com website for a sample of the clip.    

The final part of “trustworthiness is loyalty!  Webster says “it is feeling strong support for someone or something! ”   With leadership groups, we are to be a team working together at the same goals!  It is the same for our schools and our children!  We want to make it our best to have our children ready Continue Reading