Opportunities for Moral Learning

"The main attention of educators should be placed not so much on devices for teaching honesty or any other 'trait' as on the reconstruction of school practices in such a way as to provide no occasional but consistent and regular opportunities for the successful use by both teachers and pupils of such forms of conduct as make for the common good." (p. 414; last sentence of the book!)

Hartshorne, Hugh & May, Mark A. (1928). Studies in the nature of character. Vol. I: Studies in deceit, Book one and two. New York: Macmillan.