Grappling with the Good: Talking about Religion and Morality in Public Schools [NOOK Book]

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Weaving together history, philosophy, and curriculum, Grappling with the Good offers a vision of public education in which students learn to engage respectfully with the diversity of beliefs about how to live together in society. Robert Kunzman argues that we can and should help students learn how to talk about religion and morality, and bring together our differing visions of life. He describes how such an approach might work in the K-12 setting, explores central philosophical principles, and shares his ongoing ...
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Grappling with the Good: Talking about Religion and Morality in Public Schools

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Overview

Weaving together history, philosophy, and curriculum, Grappling with the Good offers a vision of public education in which students learn to engage respectfully with the diversity of beliefs about how to live together in society. Robert Kunzman argues that we can and should help students learn how to talk about religion and morality, and bring together our differing visions of life. He describes how such an approach might work in the K-12 setting, explores central philosophical principles, and shares his ongoing experiences and insights in helping students to "grapple with the good."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780791482056
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 9/18/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 307 KB

Meet the Author

Robert Kunzman is Associate Professor of Education at Indiana University at Bloomington and a public high school teacher.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction 1
2 Evading the ethical : how we got here 11
3 Why religion belongs in ethical dialogue 35
4 Imaginative engagement with ethical difference 59
5 Grappling in the classroom I : civic deliberation 79
6 Grappling in the classroom II : the role of religion 103
7 Preparing teachers for ethical dialogue 127
8 Conclusion 139
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