Character education is embedded into daily life through integration of different activities, and it is demonstrated and applied to children’s everyday life for them to learn to give, care, and take responsibilities. For example, be polite to everyone you meet, be able to sense other people’s needs, be happy to help others such as teachers and classmates, etc. This way, children become responsible and proactive characters through performing activities such as doing choirs, finishing homework, and preparing for events.
These various learning opportunities throughout different stages of children’s study not only broaden their perspective, but they also develop well-balanced characters for them to become future citizens. Moreover, children become more adaptable toward real-world situations outside of school due to their ability to endure setbacks and solve problems while having the perseverance to deal with challenges ahead.