Let’s face it–the word “responsible” doesn’t create images of joy and fun in anyone’s head. But when someone is responsible–truly bought-in and accountable–they are the people we respect and admire. They do their work well, live without harming others, and seldom, if ever, cause us trials because of something they promised and then didn’t do. In the workplace they get promotions, in school they win awards and achieve success, and in their families they create stability and security. These are not genetic traits, but learned and practiced strategies just as irresponsibility is often learned.
In this session, we will address:
Strategies for strengthening a student's accountability
Ways to add responsibility skill-training into lessons and routines
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