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Peterson & Seligman (2004), developed the “Via Classification of Character Strengths and Virtues”.
Classifying character strenghts is an attempt to empasize on healing a psychological trauma.
Character strengths are not static or automated responses or behaviors, rather are innate dynamic mechanisms and depend on the person’s choice of actions.
The VIA Classification describes of 24 widely-valued character strengths, is organized under eleven broad virtues.
According to Erickson (1963), wisdom is the capacity to accept and own up to both past victories and disenchantments.
The virtue of courage includes the notions of honesty, bravery, persistence and zest.
Transcendence refers to a person’s capacity to experience gratitude and be aware of the positive things that has happened and a greater awareness and sensitivity to surroundings.
Cultivating “character strengths” from an early age doesn’t have much difference than cultivating them in later childhood years.
identifying and cultivating character strengths in preschoolers will enable them to approach their educational path at any level with more zest.
“Cultivating character strengths to students, increased positive engagement with school life and elevated overall life satisfaction.”
The European Commission’s support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
[Project Number: 2020-1-CY01-KA201-066080]