``The definitive, research-based book on morality teaching with highly useful applications to educational practice. Highly recommended.''
Dr. Herbert Walberg, Emeritus Professor of Education and Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago.
``We all want to be `good' Lind contends - it's part of our human inheritance.
But being morally competent, he shows, is enhanced and nourished when educators develop propulsive learning opportunities for students to practice and develop.''
Dr. William Ayers, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education, University of Illinois at Chicago.
``Lind's mastery of the history and philosophy of morality and moral education is quite apparent. He writes of the complex issues bound up in morality in a beautifully clear and persuasive manner.''
Dr. Richard M. Felder, Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University.
``Dr. Lind's experimental and educational approach to morality is unique worldwide.''
Dr. Ewa Nowak, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland.
``I really didn't think that one can discuss highly controversial issues in such a peaceful way. I learned a lot.''
A forty year old participant of a KMDD/DT session.
Lind was adjunct professor of psychology and researcher at the University of Konstanz, Germany. He also taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Universidad de Monterrey, and the Humboldt University at Berlin. He has been invited to conduct workshops on the Konstanz Method of Dilemma Discussion and Discussion Theater in Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Germany, Mexico, Poland, Switzerland, and the United States. His book How to Teach Morality has been translated into Chinese, German, Greek, Korean and Spanish.