PHIL 505 A: Topics in Teaching Philosophy II

Winter 2024
Meeting:
M 3:30pm - 5:20pm / SAV 359
SLN:
19108
Section Type:
Seminar
Instructor:
Syllabus Description (from Canvas):

PHIL 505 is designed for 3rd-year philosophy graduate students. It is the follow-up course in the pedagogy sequence to PHIL 504, which grad students take in their first year.

In PHIL 505 students investigate how to develop and design effective courses in philosophy, and how to lead and teach these courses at the university level. Topics include assignment scaffolding, just-in-time teaching, equity in the classroom, backward course design, active learning, Bloom's taxonomy, time management, and teaching statements. Prerequisite: graduate standing in philosophy; PHIL 504. Credit/no-credit only.

Catalog Description:
Investigates how to develop and design effective courses in philosophy, and how to lead and teach these courses at the university level. Topics include assignment scaffolding, just-in-time teaching, equity in the classroom, backward course design, active learning, Bloom's taxonomy, time management, and teaching statements. Prerequisite: graduate standing in philosophy; PHIL 504. Credit/no-credit only.
Credits:
1.0
Status:
Active
Last updated:
February 24, 2024 - 11:16 am