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Fall 2021 UConn ECE Philosophy Workshop

Fall 2021 UConn ECE Philosophy Workshop

On Friday, October 1st  UConn Early College Experience and the UConn ECE Faculty Coordinator for Philosophy, Prof. Mitch Green met with certified Instructors for their professional development workshop. Michael McKenna (U. of Arizona) gave a philosophical presentation on free will.

The day also included a collective discussion regarding Issues, Problems, and Challenges of the past (2020–21) and new Academic Years, FERPA and Dual Enrollment, and Grading Standardization.

UConn Philosophy courses offered through ECE.

Fall 2020 UConn ECE Philosophy Workshop

UConn Early College Experience Philosophy Workshop

On Friday, October 30th UConn Early College Experience and UConn ECE Faculty Coordinator for Philosophy. Prof. Mitch Green met with ECE Philosophy Instructors for their annual professional development conference.

Prof. Lauren Bialystok, from the University of Toronto discussed her research “ Presentation on Philosophy in Ontario High Schools” and later “Secondary Teacher Preparation for Philosophy Teaching”.

Later in the afternoon, Prof. Green and Instructors discussed the book “Existentialism, A Very Short Introduction” by Thomas Flynn. Which was provided to instructors prior to the workshop.

 

UConn Philosophy courses offered through UConn ECE.

Philosophy Professional Development Workshop

9-6-19 UConn ECE Philosophy Workshop

On September 6th, UConn Early College Experience Faculty Coordinator for Philosophy, Prof. Mitch Green welcomed a group of about ten UConn ECE certified PHIL 1001 instructors to attend their annual professional development training.  This year, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Rebecca Stangl from the University of Virginia joined the event to speak to instructors about recent trends in Ethics and her forthcoming book.

UConn Philosophy Courses through UConn ECE