Listen to an interview with Trevor Mattea from New Books Network about my latest book Critical Thinking from MIT Press.
A new documentary called #Purple by the non-profit organization Resetting the Table teaches that even irreconcilable political differences do not need to divide us. @Resettingtable
In past outings, I’ve mentioned the subject of fallacies, which are failures in reasoning that can lead to an invalid or unsound argument. With another election season in full swing, it seems more than appropriate to dive deeper into this subject and see where we have heard fallacies coming from key political voices. In an […]
A new podcast is up over at New Books Network: Description: Despite stereotypes of colleges and universities still stuck in the age of the blackboard and sage-on-stage lectures, a quiet revolution has been taking place on America’s campuses led by a diverse group of learning innovators. Digital technology is one catalyst for this “turn to […]
The second half of that Partially Examined Life podcast discussion of the educational philosophy of John Dewey just went up. You can listen to the first half here. Also, I was able to get enough signal while on vacation to join the team at Thinking Clearly, a critical-thinking show on KMUD radio in California, to […]