What is the GoodWork Toolkit?

The GoodWork Toolkit consists of a Guidebook, Narratives and a set of Value Sort Cards. These materials are designed to inspire conversation and reflection about excellent, ethical and engaging work.

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How do I use it?

The Toolkit includes resources that can be integrated into your existing curriculum or used in seminars with individual classes, groups or entire schools and organizations. We urge you to contact the GoodWork staff for a consultation to discuss the possibilities available to you.

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Who else has used it?

The GoodWork Toolkit has been employed in secondary schools, universities and other organizations throughout the world. Read descriptions of programs and activities that educators at schools such as Noble and Greenough School and Colby College have built from the Toolkit's contents.

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What do people say about it?

Experiences based on the Toolkit are provocative, compelling and memorable. See for yourself what participants have to say about them.

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How do I get started?

There are many ways to get involved with GoodWork. However you proceed, we think you will find GoodWork and the GoodWork community to be valuable assets to you as an educator or manager.

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A new set of  curricular materials designed to encourage high school students to reflect on the ethical dimensions of their participation in new media environments.

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Howard Gardner
Howard Gardner

Many young people in America and abroad are doing admirable things. But in the past decades, American society, both older and younger generations, has been dominated by the three Ms Read More

Wendy Fischman
Wendy Fischman

In order to produce 'good work' and become 'good workers,' young professionals need to be reflective about the purposes of their work and proactive about the approaches they take in their work. Read More

Lynn Barendsen
Lynn Barendsen

Developing good work and good citizenship in a distrustful time is our challenge...  in the same way our leaders are trying to rebuild trust in our nation, we are trying to build trust in our young people and get them excited about the future and about possibility - and to really get them to care. Read More

Values-Sort activity

How important is honesty, wealth, spirituality, and power in your work? Sort your own values and see how you compare with others!

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In Practice

In Practice

Dig in here. See what educators and corporate trainers are doing with the Toolkit, including school-wide initiatives. Learn more about consultation services offered by the GoodWork Project. Review student work written in live sessions. Visit the Project Zero Summer Institute.

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