4 edition of Educating for virtue found in the catalog.
Educating for virtue
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Joseph Baldacchino.|
|LC Classifications||LA217 .E365 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||87063339|
The big book (and my children use the term advisedly) is William J. Bennett's best-selling tome, The Book of Virtues: A Treasury of Great Moral Stories. In it, Bennett has collected some tales, poems, and essays to "aid in the time-honored task of the moral education of the young.". He has written and edited a total of 16 books, including What Works: William J. Bennett's Research About Teaching and Learning, The Educated Child: A Parents Guide From Preschool Through Eighth Grade, The Book of Virtues, The Children's Book of Virtues, The Children's Book of Faith, The Children's Book of Home and Family, The Broken Hearth.
A comprehensive resource guide for educators who want to cultivate excellent student minds. • 34 chapters / pages, covering 9 key virtues, principles, tips, & more • Gain insight for your own teaching style • Discover practical in- and out-of-classroom tips for primary & secondary teachers • Learn how to incorporate intellectual virtues into your curriculum • Explore the. Educational fairy-tales and inspirational stories about virtues, family values, nature, professions, art, maths, fruit, vegs, letters and words. Catalogue of books for children - add URL - the unique collections of stories, fairy-tales, legends, creative games and activity lessons for moral education and creative development of a child.
The Christian virtues give us freedom from being overpowered by temptations and our vices. Everyone is born with a capacity for virtue, but we need education and practice to attain the freedom, harmony, and balance of the virtuous, excellent human being. The Theory and Practice of Virtue Education offers the reader a comprehensive and authoritative account of both the theoretical and practical complexities of cultivating virtue in education and beyond. The book moves beyond the usual philosophical literature that merely discusses virtue in the abstract, and offers scholarly, research-informed suggestions for practice.
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Baldacchino's Educating for Virtue starts where Nash's Closing of the American Heart leaves off. Like Nash and Bennett, the authors included in this volume believe that our educational system should be teaching character. The book comes out of a conference, "Content and Character in Our Schools," sponsored by the National Humanities 5/5(1).
Get this from a library. Educating for virtue. [Joseph Baldacchino;] -- The humanities and moral reality by Claes G. Ryn. The ethical purpose of litera ry studies by Russell Kirk.
Education and the American political tradition by P aul Gottfried. The humanities in. Educating for Sexual Virtue A Moral Vision for Relationships and Sex Education Series: Religion, Education and Values Olwyn E. Mark. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is an issue surrounded by controversy and debate, with important implications for the interconnected roles of the state, the school and the home and for the way we understand.
Virtue Politics is studded with brilliant characters, but the hero of the book is the poet Petrarch (), one of the earliest humanist scholars. Through him. (). Educating for virtue: How wisdom coordinates informal, non-formal and formal education in motivation to virtue in Canada and South Korea.
Journal of Moral Education: Vol. 48, Self, Motivation, and Virtue, pp. Cited by: 1. "Cultivating Goods Minds: A Philosophical and Practical Guide to Educating for Intellectual Virtues" is a chapter e-book that provides a comprehensive answer to this question.
It is written by Jason Baehr, Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University, co-founder of the Intellectual Virtues Academy, and director of the Intellectual. Educating the Virtues (RLE Edu K) book.
An Essay on the Philosophical Psychology of Moral Development and Education. Educating the Virtues (RLE Edu K) DOI link for Educating the Virtues (RLE Edu K) Educating the Virtues (RLE Edu K) book. This book charts the development of the moral and spiritual narrative in RSE policy in Educating for virtue book.
In particular, it expounds and critiques the popular moral narrative of «informed choice»: an approach which advocates providing young people with the maximum amount of information around their sexual choices and defends a view of sexual morality.
Education and the Growth of Knowledge is a collection of original contributions from a group of eminent philosophers and philosophers of education, who sketch the implications of advances in contemporary epistemology for education. New papers on education and social and virtue epistemology contributed by a range of eminent philosophers and philosophers of education.
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From ancient times, philosophers, theologians, and artists have attempted to describe and categorize the defining virtues of civilization. In Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed, renowned education authority Howard Gardner explores the meaning of the title's three virtues in an age when vast technological advancement and relativistic attitudes toward human nature have deeply shaken Reviews: virtues, I will direct your attention to my paper “The Situationist Challenge to Educating for Intellectual Virtues” (forthcoming-a).
Or, if you are dubious that intellectual character can really be shaped or improved by educational means, you may want to read my “Is Intellectual Character Growth a.
Character education is about developing virtues universally recognized good habits and dispositions that lead students to responsible and mature adulthood. Virtue ought to be our foremost concern in educating for character. Character education is not about acquiring the right views currently accepted attitudes about ecology, prayer in school.
Perrin’s Top 10 List: Version • An Introduction to Classical Education: A Guide for Parents (C. Perrin) • The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education (Kevin Clark & Ravi Jain) • The Great Tradition: Classic Readings on What it Means to Be an Educated Human Being (Richard Gamble, editor) • How the Irish Saved Civilization (Thomas Cahill).
This collection of original essays on virtue ethics and moral education seeks to fill this gap in the recent literature of moral education, combining broader analyses with detailed coverage of: * the varieties of virtue * weakness and integrity * relativism and rival traditions * means and methods of educating the virtues.
Fromhe served as director of The Intellectual Virtues and Education Project and helped found the Intellectual Virtues Academy of Long Beach. Product details Series: Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy (Book 75)Reviews: 1. Educating the Virtues (RLE Edu K) 1st Edition by David Carr (Author) › Visit Amazon's David Carr Page.
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David Carr (Author) ISBN Cited by: The following piece, “Improving the Character & Ethics of Children,” is the last chapter in the book Values & Ethics: From Living Room to Boardroom (itself based on an Internet-based talk radio show of the same name I did in times past).My caring and articulate partner in dialogue is Bernice Lerner, Ed.D.
Bernice’s words are indicated by the initials BL, and mine are JM. In particular, characteristics under the rubric of "responsibilist" virtue epistemology, like curiosity, open-mindedness, attentiveness, intellectual courage, and intellectual tenacity, can help educators and students define and attain certain worthy but nebulous educational goals like a love of learning, lifelong learning, and critical thinking.
1. Introduction: Applying Virtue Epistemology to Education Jason Baehr 2. Open-Mindedness, Insight, and Understanding Wayne D.
Riggs 3. Why Should We Educate for Inquisitiveness Lani Watson 4. Educating for Intellectual Humility Ian James Kidd 5. Skepticism and Intellectual Humility as a Civic Virtue. The truth of human sexuality and virtue exists within the pages of Pope St. John Paul the Great’s Theology of the Body.
In this dynamic flip-book, Jason Evert breaks down the teachings of the Catholic Church in a way teens and their parents can understand. A must.
The dialog also has some dramatic significance. We see Socrates reduce Meno, who begins by confidently assuming that he knows what virtue is, to a state of confusion–an unpleasant experience presumably common among those who engaged Socrates in debate.
We also see Anytus, who will one day be one of the prosecutors responsible for Socrates' trial and execution, warn .