Intellectual Character: What is it? And Why Does It Matter? The Critical Role That Intellectual Character Development Can Play in Classical Christian Education (Part II)

Phillip Dow facilitates a dialog surrounding some simple and practical ways in which teaching for intellectual character can become a part of your classroom and school culture.

Let’s say that we have a clear understanding of what intellectual character is, and agree that it matters. Now what? In this interactive session, using examples from Rosslyn Academy, Phil will facilitate a dialog surrounding some simple and practical ways in which teaching for intellectual character can become a part of your classroom and school culture.

Phillip Dow

Dr. Philip Dow (PhD, Cambridge) has been involved in Christian education for 15 years in both classical and nonclassical schools. He is currently the Superintendent at Rosslyn Academy, a Pre-K–12, international Christian school in Nairobi, Kenya, of 650 students from over 50 di erent nationalities. Phil is also the author of Virtuous Minds: Intellectual Character Development for Students, Teachers and Parents (IVP Academic, 2013).

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