Cultivate the Moral Imagination to Develop Character by Amy Hall at Stand to Reason

This is a 400-word post, with links to more on the subject.

Here’s how it starts:

If you’re trying to teach your children moral virtues (or you’re being intentional about developing them in yourself), here’s some good advice from Hillsdale College professor Daniel Coupland:

[T]he issue of “character education” goes much deeper than the latest “techniques.” Character education is really about cultivating the moral imagination, a process that takes time, patience, and the right kinds of experiences.

See the full post at Cultivate the Moral Imagination to Develop Character

 

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