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    W. Scott Clifton (forthcoming). Preserving the Natural Order of Learning: Brain-Based Pedagogy and the Value of Online Discussion Board Assignments. Teaching Philosophy.
    Because learning is a biological process, pedagogical approaches should conform to the ways the brain learns. One of the findings of brain-based pedagogical research is that context matters to learning. More specifically, the order of learning must be preserved: content should be introduced in a concrete context, followed by attempts to isolate abstract elements found in the case. There are better and worse strategies to preserve this order. In this paper I discuss the research and provide what I have found (...)
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    Adam Potthast (forthcoming). How to Teach Business Ethics in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
    In this article, I discuss the problems and promise of teaching business ethics for both philosophers and non-philosophers. I emphasize the importance of teaching skills of ethical thinking (as opposed to ethical theories), especially Mary Gentile’s Giving Voice to Values curriculum. I also survey the typical topics covered in business ethics courses and give some tips on what to emphasize when covering each topic. Throughout the article, I urge instructors to consider the needs of students going into business and not (...)
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    Leslie Burkholder (forthcoming). Impartial Grading Revisited in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Patricia Calton (forthcoming). Teaching Business Ethics as Innovative Problem Solving in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Robert Colter & Joseph Ulatowski (forthcoming). Freeing Meno's Slave Boy in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    James DiGiovanna (forthcoming). Knowledge, Understanding, and Pedagogy in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Jane Drexler (forthcoming). Philosophy for General Education in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Dennis Earl (forthcoming). The Four-Sentence Paper in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Court D. Lewis (forthcoming). Engaging Student Aversions to Moral Obligations in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Sinclair A. MacRae (forthcoming). The Cooperation Game in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Matthew T. Nowachek (forthcoming). Kierkegaard as Pedagogue in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Kate Padgett Walsh, Anastasia Prokos & Sharon R. Bird (forthcoming). Building a Better Term Paper in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Forrest Perry (forthcoming). Corrupting the Youth in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Christopher A. Pynes (forthcoming). Seven Arguments Against Extra Credit in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Benjamin A. Rider (forthcoming). Socratic Philosophy for Beginners? In Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Elizabeth Schiltz (forthcoming). How to Teach Comparative Philosophy in Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Hub Zwart (forthcoming). What Is Nature? In Advance. Teaching Philosophy.
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    William J. Devlin (forthcoming). Merleau-Ponty's Philosophy. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Katie Dunlap (forthcoming). Teaching Philosophy Context. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Enid Havelaar (forthcoming). Principle 1: Instruction Should Focus on Student Motivation. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Brendan Larvor (forthcoming). Feeling the Force of Argument. Teaching Philosophy.
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    Mrs Rebecca J. Sanders (forthcoming). Indiana University Northwest F200 Examining Self as a Teacher Teaching Philosophy November, 2004. Teaching Philosophy.
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