Character counts: Students need integrity to succeed - Marylouise Fennell, e-Campus News

Most outcome-based curriculums target specific deliverables. These rubrics focus on key technical proficiencies and critical thinking skills that should be cultivated in students. But are they missing something? There are fundamental aspects of character that are essential for the success of every student—both in college and in the workforce. We must not neglect these virtues when considering the development of students.  The most important way that faculty, staff, and administrators can cultivate integrity in students is by modeling it.

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