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    • Gerald Ardito
      Gerald Ardito added the photo Robin DeRosa and Rigor to the album PHI 180 Fall 2019
      • Robin DeRosa and Rigor
      • Gerald Ardito
        Gerald Ardito created a page Book Project
        We have launched our book project. The goal of the project is to investigate questions relating to learning and education and to address them via the tools of philosophy. The "book" will capture our investigations into each...
        • Gerald Ardito
          Here are the questions we are investigating for the book and the group members for each:   2. In a practical sense, how can teachers combat the restrictiveness of the...
          • Gerald Ardito
            Here is a link to a concept map I built to help me thing through the question I am asking: What is the role of systems and networks in learning and education?
            • Gerald Ardito
              This is a really interesting article about research into trust and the role it plays in our lives.
              • Mariana Garcia Tinoco
                Mariana Garcia Tinoco replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                I believe these questions target the class concerns in learning and education, which is very important for the research to generate engagement and reach certain depth.   view reply
                • Rafael
                  Rafael replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                  I think i would enjoy writing on questions 2 and 11. But i feel that if we do not include more that itll be hard to create a full fledged book. So on that note I feel that 6 and 7 should also be included because it offers a more focused idea to... view reply
                  • Cooper Sandin
                    Cooper Sandin replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                    I think these questions are reflective of our class's general interests regarding the subject and, given that they were selected over other suggested questions, I don't think any more is necessary. I don't have a strong preference... view reply
                    • Deye Sarr
                      Deye Sarr replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                      I find questions 4 and 11 to be the topics that I'm most excited about broaching. I feel as though the questions that were chosen are representative of the things we've been discussing over the past few weeks and are very intriguing. view reply
                      • Alex Muniz
                        Alex Muniz replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                        I think the questions the class chose are perfect for assembling a wider variety of questions for the class book. That being said, I would love to work closer with questions 2, 8 and 11.  view reply
                        • Keely Sanchez
                          Keely Sanchez replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                          I think that the questions that we have already cover a wide range of topics. I really like all of them.  Personally, I would love to work on questions 4 and 11.  view reply
                          • Sierra Muehlbauer
                            Sierra Muehlbauer replied on the discussion topic Questions for our Book
                            I think the questions we chose encompass the conversations we have been having this semester and I agree with the general consensus of the class. The questions that I resonate with the most and I am most interested in is two, four, and eleven.  view reply
                            • Gerald Ardito
                              Gerald Ardito added a new discussion topic Questions for our Book
                              I am very excited about how this project is shaping up. Here are the six questions that received the most votes: 2. In a practical sense, how can teachers combat the restrictiveness of the classroom and give students freedom? What is the...
                                • Cooper Sandin

                                  By Cooper Sandin

                                  I think these questions are reflective of our class's general interests regarding the subject and, given that they were selected over other suggested questions, I don't think any more is necessary. I don't have a strong preference for which questions I'd like to focus on and wouldn't mind being assigned to whichever question might need an additional member.

                                  • Rafael

                                    By Rafael

                                    I think i would enjoy writing on questions 2 and 11. But i feel that if we do not include more that itll be hard to create a full fledged book. So on that note I feel that 6 and 7 should also be included because it offers a more focused idea to the discussion.

                                    • Mariana Garcia Tinoco

                                      By Mariana Garcia Tinoco

                                      I believe these questions target the class concerns in learning and education, which is very important for the research to generate engagement and reach certain depth.  

                                    • Gerald Ardito
                                      Gerald Ardito bookmarked A History of Ideas
                                      . A video playlist on various philosophical topics  
                                      • Gerald Ardito
                                        Gerald Ardito created a page Show What You Know Project
                                        For the past several weeks, we have been working in two areas - 1) the differences between learning and education and 2) understanding the work of some key philosophers (see here, here, and here). Now it's time to show what you know about all...
                                        • Gerald Ardito
                                          Second and Third Rounds of Facilitated Discussions In our next two class sessions (10/7 and 10/14), we are going to be discussing two groups of philosophers: those called the Rationalists and Empiricists. Both groups had a lot to say, as you will...
                                          • Gerald Ardito
                                            Gerald Ardito created a new photo album PHI 180 Fall 2019
                                            Rationalists and Empiricists Teams
                                            • Cooper Sandin
                                              Cooper Sandin commented on a page titled Response to the Ancient Philosophers
                                              Themes:     Socrates’ is mostly remembered for his contribution in the pursuit of rational inquiry as a means to an end of truth. This method, also known as dialectic or the Socratic method, requires a dialogue take place in...
                                              • Mariana Garcia Tinoco
                                                Mariana Garcia Tinoco commented on a page titled Response to the Ancient Philosophers
                                                Philosophy, Assertive and Necessary Philosophy sometimes may be thought of as a pointless doctrine. However, the study of it can widen the viewpoint of students and encourage their participation in the examination of themselves and their social...
                                              Philosophy of Education Fall 2019

                                              Philosophy of Education Fall 2019

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