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Philosophers in the classroom : essays on teaching / edited by Steven M. Cahn, Alexandra Bradner, and Andrew P. Mills
107.1 P45 2018
Datos de publicación:
Indianapolis : Hackett, 2018
xvi, 264 p. : 22 cm.
9781624667442 (pbk)
9781624667459 (cloth)
9781624667466 (electronic bk.)
1624667465(electronic bk.)
Incluye referencias bibliográficas.
Preface / by Steven M. Cahn -- Introduction / by Alexandra Bradner and Andrew Mills -- I. Teaching Philosophy : A Prologue -- "What is Philosophy? What is Education? / by Seung-Kee Lee -- "Free to Think / by Andrea Tschemplik -- II. Teaching the Students -- Competing Visions / by Maureen Eckert -- Learning to Teach / by David Concepcion -- Meeting Students Where They Are / Paul Hurley -- Introducing Philosophy in a Large Classroom / by Marie-Eve Morin -- Teaching Value Theory to the Disenfranchised / by James Rocha -- Imagine Yourself in the Bird: Teaching Philosophy at the United States Military Academy / by Courtney Morris -- III. Teaching the Course -- Critical Thinking and Empowerment / by Mark Piper -- Getting It Right : Forty Years of Intro to Philosophy / by Stephen Daniel -- On Teaching 'Happiness and the Meaning of Life / by Christine Vitrano -- Learning not to Teach / by Paul Woodruff -- Moments of Grace / by Anthony Weston -- IV. Teaching Beyond the Course -- Of Games and Confrontations / by David C.K. Curry -- Is the Unexamined Life Worth Living? / by David Palmer -- Teaching for Our Good / by Bob Fischer -- A Slow Apprenticeship with the Real / by John Whitmire -- Teaching Ethics, Happiness, & The Good Life : An Upbuilding Discourse in the Spirits of Soren Kierkegaard and John Dewey / by Alex Stehn V. Teaching the Teacher -- Teaching Philosophy to First Generation Students / by Bertha Manninen -- Critical Thinking Can Save Your Life / by Betsy Jelinek -- This is Teaching / by Jane Drexler -- Teaching as a Humanism / by Russell Marcus -- When Our Students Die / by Nick Smith -- A Teaching Life / by Martin Benjamin.
"In these essays, 24 of our most celebrated professors of philosophy address the problem of how to teach philosophy today: how to make philosophy interesting and relevant; how to bring classic texts to life; how to serve all students; and how to align philosophy with more "practical" pursuits. Selected and introduced by three leaders in the world of philosophical education, the insights contained in this inspiring collection illuminate the challenges and possibilities of teaching the academy's oldest discipline"--Google books.
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