ERIC Number: ED349243
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: 0
Crossroads: Integrated Models for Teaching Ethics and Spirituality.
Gorman, Michael J., Ed.
This anthology presents seven articles that focus on the integration of ethical and spiritual concerns into the academic curriculum. The argument is made for the inclusion of ethical and religious concerns in the study of subjects such as literature, history, foreign languages and cultures, and science. The articles include: "The Voice of the Other" (Fran Scoble); "Spirituality through Literature: 'Not as Bad as We Expected'" (Alfred Ruggiero); "Lamenting for a Vision" (J. Philip Zaeder); "The Holocaust: An Icon for Religious Education" (Julie A. Collins); "Ethics in the French Classroom"--an interview with Madeira's Foreign Language head, Margaret McBride); "Ethics and Values in a Technological Society and in the Classroom" (Kevin Reel); and "Moral Education in the Midst of International Crisis" (Michael J. Gorman). A postscript to the essays responds to the question, "No More Room in the Schedule?" (DB)
Descriptors: Cultural Education, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethical Instruction, History Instruction, Integrated Curriculum, Literature, Religion Studies, Science Education, Second Language Instruction, Spirituality
Council for Religion in Independent Schools, P.O. Box 40613, Washington, DC 20016.
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Council for Religion in Independent Schools, Washington, DC.