Quiz Lesson 9: Educational Virtue 1—Cultivating Habits of Learning
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According to Charlotte Mason, no intellectual habit is as valuable as that of attention.CorrectIncorrect
According to A.G. Sertillanges, virtue can be defined as the health of the soul.CorrectIncorrect
When we look at the brilliant variety of the world, we have to try to organize and arrange the world so that our mind reflects what is really there in an intelligent way, so that it is not chaos. That is the intellect and what it does.CorrectIncorrect
If we are successful in cultivating the intellectual virtues, at the end of the process the intellect will be perfect (not flawless, but mature).CorrectIncorrect
Mathematics and English grammar do not engage students morally.CorrectIncorrect