Improving Bus Behaviors (Grades K-12)

Source: Character.org

In this unit, students will begin the process by answering questions such as, “Why don’t you respect your driver?” and “What are some ways you make it harder for the driver to work?” They will then survey the student body and collect data to find out what type of behaviors are actually happening on the buses. After data collection, the students discuss plans to improve those behaviors. In our middle school buildings, our Character Council students are the facilitators of this lesson (as well as all other Character Education lessons).

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