Interviews with Michael Horn on teaching critical thinking and some thoughts at Vox over the appropriate use of skepticism.
Welcome Partially Examined Life Listeners!
Welcome to those of you visiting the site after listening to me hanging out with the Fab 4 of philosophy at Partially Examined Life.
Philosophy Catch Up
It’s been a while since I posted anything dealing with that philosophy major I completed as part of my One Year BA project last year. Fortunately, others working the field of popularizing the father of all disciplines have not been so idle. For example, the guys behind my favorite philosophical-discussion podcast, The Partially Examined Life, […]
Learning by Doing
Well my break from blogging was not accompanied by a break from thinking about the subject of learning, especially that mix of real world and virtual learning experiences that might ultimately lead to a genuine rewriting of the rules of education. The first experience which triggered this line of thought came from a visit to […]
Xena’s Paradox – The Partially Examined Life
As a substitute for the Degree of Freedom podcast I didn’t have time to put together this week, I’d like to talk about an educational podcast that has become a favored learning activity since finishing my One Year BA. Last summer, I kind of drew a line with regard to what constitutes a course in […]