How to Teach

Teaching Philosophy 36 (4):399-416 (2013)
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Abstract

Starting with this issue, Teaching Philosophy will initiate a series of articles entitled “How to Teach.” The aim of these articles is to provide an overview of how to teach a particular course commonly offered in philosophy departments and programs, with the hope that the articles will assist those who are asked to teach a course unfamiliar to them. We welcome feedback about this series and the articles contained therein.—MC

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Dale Turner
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

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