Creative Teaching

The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 4:159-163 (2006)
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Here I seek to define creative teaching in Philosophy. I argue that creative teaching must be distinguished from efforts that are merely novel, offering no gains in student learning or that offer faculty no gain as alternatives to standard methods. I discuss efficiency and productivity in teaching Philosophy and our ability to adopt creative methods



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