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A Classroom Game for Teaching Climate Ethics

by David R. Morrow I’d known, in some sense, that games could be effective teaching tools. But, appropriately enough, it took playing a game at...

What are you teaching?

In an effort to get a sense of what philosophers are doing day-to-day, the blog been asking them to share what they are teaching...

What are you teaching?

In an effort to get a sense of what philosophers are doing day-to-day, the blog has been asking them to share what they are...

What are you teaching?

 In an effort to get a sense of what philosophers are doing day-to-day, the blog has been asking them to share what they are...

Doctoral Education

By Steven M. Cahn Many years ago, when my late friend James Rachels and I were assistant professors at New York University, we used to...

Engaging children and teens with philosophy

Sharon Kaye is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University...

The Hidden Graduate School Curriculum

By Steven M. Cahn The term “hidden curriculum” refers to the unstated attitudes that are often communicated to students as a by-product of school life....

Writing for My Students

By Barrett Emerick For whom do I write philosophy? Personally, more and more the answer is for my students; I want to write about things...
Jennifer Morton wins inaugural Scheffler Prize for insights into student and teacher behaviors

Jennifer Morton wins inaugural Scheffler Prize for insights into student and teacher behaviors

The American Philosophical Association is pleased to announce that Dr. Jennifer Morton (City College of New York) has been selected as the winner of...

Elon’s Bloch-Schulman wins inaugural philosophy teaching prize for transformative college courses

The American Philosophical Association (APA), the American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT), and the Teaching Philosophy Association (TPA) are pleased to announce that Professor...