PHIL 498 B: Undergraduate Internship

Meeting Time: 
T 3:00pm - 4:20pm
Location: 
SAV 359
SLN: 
18775

Additional Details:

In this seminar, students explore various methods for introducing philosophy to K-12 students. The seminar focuses on ways in which to establish "communities of philosophical inquiry" in classrooms, and students will develop an understanding of how to inspire philosophical discussions with pre-college students. The emphasis is on learning by doing, with students facilitating philosophy sessions in local public schools. UCars are available for transportation to and from schools. 

Credits for the class are credit/no credit and are variable, as follows:

2 credits: 20 hrs in the classroom per quarter, including travel time (one hour per session)

3 credits: 40 hrs in the classroom per quarter, including travel time (one hour per session)

4 credits: 60 hrs in the classroom per quarter, including travel time (one hour per session)

5 credits: 80 hrs in the classroom per quarter, including travel time (one hour per session)

Joint w/EDUC 401M.

TEXT: TBA

Catalog Description: 
Independent fieldwork under the supervision of a faculty member. Individual experiences vary but could include an off-campus practicum or being trained as study group leader or tutor. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
Other Requirements Met: 
Service Learning
Credits: 
2-5
Status: 
Active
Last updated: 
September 13, 2016 - 9:32pm