Do you describe your child as
even when no-one is watching?
What does CSEE do?
CSEE helps parents by reviewing the leading research and materials so you can make evidence-based decisions that help you get to the heart of your child[ren]. Your children not only know WHAT they should do, but they WANT to act ethically; so much so, it would seem “out of character” for them to act any other way.
School and Parent Coordination
If your child is lucky enough to attend one of CSEE’s member schools, these resources will reinforce with the type of guidance your child is receiving at school. Research shows us that we’re most effective when parents and schools are using the same techniques. But even if you’re unsure about the type of instruction your child is receiving at school, you can make a lasting impact on your child’s academics success, relationships and character development through a few simple techniques that can be implemented by every
In just one weekend, and with less than $20, you can start transforming your child:
- Get Parenting for Moral Growth.
Get free, evidence-based parenting tips emailed monthly to help you get to the heart of your kids - so they are internally motivated and do the right thing when no-one’s looking - so you no longer have to motivate them with the carrot and stick.
- Read a copy of Breaking Into the Heart of Character.
Breaking into the Heart of Character outlines evidence-based strategies that get past the talk and focuses on your ability as a parent to catalyze internal motivation (academic and ethical), social growth and moral climates. This book is written for both parent and teacher audiences. The text is less than 100 pages and is written in a very approachable style.
- Read a copy of Parenting for Character: Five Experts, Five Practices.
Four decades of research point to five parenting practices that lead to the development of children who are altruistic and empathic, and who have strong consciences and moral reasoning skills. The chapter topics include parenting styles, discipline strategies, effective modeling, and how children view what is ‘right or wrong’ differently than parents. The book is less than 100 pages but rich with evidence-based suggestions. We suggest you read one chapter at a sitting to give yourself time to digest the material before moving on to the next subject.