Ethics Tour 2007

Teaching Philosophy 31 (3):249-253 (2008)

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Brian Domino
Miami University, Ohio
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I present my experience using a model of team-teaching where a philosophy class “tours” the campus, participating in other classes for ethical discussions throughout the semester. Although prompted by low enrollment in my ethics class, this technique allows for an engaging interdisciplinary experience for the students while offering a low- or no-cost alternative to traditional team teaching where two faculty members teach one class. I describe the experience my students and I had during the inaugural tour, and make several suggestions for improvement
Keywords Teaching Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 0145-5788
DOI 10.5840/teachphil200831326
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