What are responsible ways to advocate ideas in a community?
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Civic-minded individuals understand that virtues, such as honesty, mutual respect, cooperation, and attentiveness to multiple perspectives, should be used when they interact with each other on public matters.
How do you know when you are working with an effective team?
Civic-minded individuals understand the important institutions of their society and the principles that these institutions are intended to reflect.
Civic-minded individuals study the art of debate, critical reasoning, and active listening to foster informed choices. For example: school boards review the pros and cons of an issue such as dress code and then make a policy decision.
Recognize how members of a community rely on each other, considering personal contributions as applicable, when creating and completing a plan to reach a financial goal. (Civic/Interpersonal Skills: Collaboration/Teamwork)