Wednesday, December 1, 2010

AAPT Workshop on Teaching and Learning in Philosophy

Readers: Do consider submitting a proposal to the upcoming workshop on teaching and learning in philosophy, organized by the American Association of Philosophy Teachers. Details below the fold...

American Association of Philosophy Teachers
Midwest Workshop on Teaching And Learning in Philosophy
Saturday, March 6
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana

Proposals for interactive workshops, panels, and presentations related to teaching and learning in Philosophy are welcome.

Submission Guidelines:
1-2 page, single-space description of the aim of the session. Send (as doc., docx., or pdf.) to David W. ConcepciĆ³n,

Meritorious proposals will contain evidence-based content (e.g. relevant learning theory, data regarding student experience) and a clear description of the interactive nature of the session. No identifying information should appear on the proposal.

Workshop Format:
The workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for speakers to receive constructive feedback from interested colleagues, and for other participants to become acquainted with new work in the field. We anticipate close discussion among devoted Philosophy teachers and scholars of teaching and learning. There is no registration fee.

Deadline for Receipt of Proposals:
Friday, Jan. 3, 2011


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