Character Education: Why it Doesn’t Work (and How it could) – Al Zambone

by Al Zambone July 14, 2017

As modern American culture has grown more pluralistic, it has a reduced number of common assumptions, commitments, and language. This has led to two important results. The first is the rise of a tacit positivism: the belief that all public claims to knowledge should be empirically, scientifically, or mathematically justified. The second result is a […]

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Intellectual Character 2/2 – Now what? How can I nurture virtuous intellectual character in my students and my school?

by Phillip Dow June 6, 2016

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 […]

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The Way of The Lady Part 1

by Evan Wilson June 3, 2009

When it comes to being a christian gentleman or lady, we would want to know something other than external behavior. Christian schools have a tendency to produce what Christ describes as “Whitewashed Tombs” or, as Evan Wilson warns, “One is not what one must pretend to be.” Through Evan’s seminars (The Mojo Oracles and The […]

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Behavior Character Classical Education Teaching

The Way of The Lady Part 2

by Evan Wilson June 3, 2009

When it comes to being a christian gentleman or lady, we would want to know something other than external behavior. Christian schools have a tendency to produce what Christ describes as “Whitewashed Tombs” or, as Evan Wilson warns, “One is not what one must pretend to be.” Through Evan’s seminars (The Mojo Oracles and The […]

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Behavior Character Classical Education Teachers

The Word of The Gentleman Part 2

by Evan Wilson June 3, 2009

When it comes to being a Christian gentleman or lady, we should want to know something other than external behavior. Christian schools have a tendency to produce what Christ describes as “whitewashed tombs” or, as Evan Wilson warns,  “One is not what one must pretend to be.” Through Evan’s seminars (The Mojo Oracles and The […]

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Behavior Character Classical Education Teachers