Use Aristotle in Character Education, a movement started in the USA in the 1980s. At Montclair Kimberley Academy In New Jersey, when the former headmaster Peter Greer arrived in 1992, he got together a team of teachers, staff, parents, and alumni to compose a manifesto for the school’s programme in character education.
The manifesto, Our Common Purpose
, took Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics
and identified seven of the virtues he analyses as the basis of the “character expectations” of the school: respect, friendship, responsibility, confidence, temperance, fairness, and being informed. Old virtues never die. See further here