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Unfolding Bodymind

Unfolding Bodymind: Exploring Possibility Through Education
by Hocking, Haskell, Linds

Researching Lived Experience

Researching Lived Experience : Human Science for an Action Sensitive Pedagogy (Suny Series in the Philosophy of Education)
by Max Van Manen

 
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Course Materials in Philosophy

ne plus ultra Award WinnerThis page contains links to syllabi and course material published on the web by philosophy instructors. It is edited by Andrew Carpenter, an assistant professor of Philosophy at Antioch College. 

Why do this? Teachers of philosophy often find it interesting to learn how others organize courses. Students looking for topics for independent studies or thesis research can get useful information, as can faculty who are constructing new courses...

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Virtual Classroom AwardPathways to Philosophy 

 

Geoffrey Klempner

A distance learning course based at the Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield, run in association with the Philosophical Society of England. The site includes extracts from the six Pathways programs, a study guide, introductory book list, examples of students' work, and selections from an archive of correspondence with Pathways students. Visitors can submit problems on the 'Ask a Philosopher' page.

Since 1995, over 200 students from 30 countries world wide have enrolled on the Pathways programs.

Launched in August 1997, the Pathways web site has risen to become the number one distance learning site on the World Wide Web dedicated to philosophy.

Pathways is a no frills web site, easy to navigate and packed with information about studying philosophy. If you have nothing urgent to do right now, why not spend some time with us?

Pathways offers a range of six mind expanding philosophy programs under the guidance of an academic mentor. The programs are self-contained, designed to be intellectually challenging while remaining accessible to students who have no prior knowledge of philosophy. Our aim is to illuminate and provoke, to challenge preconceived ideas, and make you see things differently.

Each Pathways program is written as an original contribution to philosophy, aimed at capturing the interest of students of all ranges of ability from absolute beginners to graduates. At whatever level you are able to engage with the study materials, you will find a lively and sympathetic response from your mentor.

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DADS -- Dads and Daughters

Dads and Daughters is the national membership organization of fathers with daughters. DADs provides tools to strengthen our relationships with our daughters and to transform the pervasive messages that value our daughters more for how they look than who they are.

DADs began in the spring of 1999 with the support of philanthropist and father Michael Kieschnick. Michael was (and is) very involved in the lives of his children. He and his wife make every effort to help their kids be true to themselves. Still, Michael could see how the media and our culture were beginning to affect his daughter in negative ways.

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Educate the Children

Educate the Children is dedicated exclusively to primary education. Covering the whole of the National Curriculum and using the latest teaching and learning strategies, Educate the Children is designed to meet the needs of today's child.

Target audiences are Primary Teachers, Parents and Pupils (5-11 years old).

All resources are free and all materials adhere to the curriculum guidelines set down by the UK government (QCA Schemes of Work and National Curriculum 2000). However, most materials are suitable for any other countries educational system.

The site is split up into zones, the Teacher Zone, Parent Zone, Learning Zone and Info Zone. Currently the Teacher Zone is the biggest zone with over 1000 lesson plans and worksheets, the parent zone is currently in development but still contains a wide range of articles and activities for parents (well activities for their children!). The Learning and Info zones are still in development.

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Original Contribution AwardHeroism in Action 

"Heroism in Action" was created by three diverse students, Alice Barnes from Australia, Niccolò Dalla Palma from Italy, and Jonathan from the United States.  Using the latest in web technologies, this interactive website forces us to think about who our heroes are, about how we choose our heroes, and about who our heroes might be for a better future.  In this way, Heroism in Action not only recognizes the daily feats of heroism, but also encourages us to take action.  The lesson to be learned is that real heroism is not simply about death defying feats, but is about making a difference in the lives of others and their communities.

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Dr. Charles B. Winborne

This innovative site is a virtual classroom, a teacher's dream. As a tool, Learning Park's Virtual School and Virtual Classrooms are ideal compliments to public, private, and home school. 

A Learning-Park "Course" is a well-developed, systematic line of study, similar to (but often less extensive than) a high school or college course. Course descriptions include an approximate number of hours required for mastery. Courses should include opportunities for interaction and self-testing. All courses should be linked to 6 other World Wide Web learning resources; and, some of these links MUST connect to alternative perspectives and interpretations of the courses' subject matter.

Courses are not generally associated with human teachers.

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Pathways to Philosophy
A distance learning course based at the Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield, run in association with the Philosophical Society of England. The site includes extracts from the six Pathways programs, a study guide, introductory book list, examples of students' work, and selections from an archive of correspondence with Pathways students. Visitors can submit problems on the 'Ask a Philosopher' page.

The Pathways programs are run in association with The Philosophical Society of England, which publishes the journal 'The Philosopher'.

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A Research Guide for Students

This site by I Lee offers quick click to Search Engines, Search Tools, and other Research Guides. A virtual Library of useful URLs including philosophy. How to write an A+ research paper, do presentation, write footnotes, endnotes, parenthetical references and bibliography using MLA style documentation. Numerous examples given, including Internet citations. 

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Original Contribution AwardDharma The Cat's Philosophy With Fur

Created and maintained by David Lourie.   This site blends philosophy with humour and spirituality. It has won the "10 Best On The Web" Award. The Buddhist cartoon strip has been translated into 8 languages.

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Teaching Philosophy
Teaching Philosophy provides an open forum for the exchange and evaluation of ideas, information, and materials concerning the teaching of philosophy. Published quarterly, each issue contains articles, discussions, reports, and case studies on practical and theoretical issues. Areas explored include the relationship between philosophy and its teaching, the nature of philosophy curricula, courses and methods, and the unique problems that exist for philosophy teachers. 

The journal investigates experimental and interdisciplinary courses with philosophical content as well as those that develop the philosophical aspects of other fields. Readers will learn about innovative teaching methods, successful classroom stratagems, and the use of new materials. An extensive review section includes reviews of new books, computer software, and instructional videos.

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Writing Philosophy
There is a substantial list of websites to help students learn to write academic essays in philosophy.  

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