Film Screening | September 22, 2016 | 12:30-2:30 p.m. | Sutardja Dai Hall, 310, Banatao Auditorium
On September 22, 2016, join hundreds of thousands of people around the globe for the third annual Character Day — a free day and global initiative where universities, school districts, companies, families, congregations, and organizations of all sizes screen films on the science of character development from different perspectives, dive into free printed discussion materials catered to different ages, and join an online global conversation around the importance of developing character strengths (resilience, grit, empathy, courage, kindness)–all rooted in evidence-based research. Character Day is one day. The resources are available year-round.
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CITRIS will co-sponsor a screening of the films The Adaptable Mind and The Science of Character, and Professor Ken Goldberg will discuss some of his work on technology, “multiplicity,” and insights on preparing students for the future.
WATCH THE FILMS:
You can also watch the acclaimed films “The Science of Character” (8 mins) and “The Adaptable Mind”(11 min) to get a better sense of what types of films will be shown on Character Day.