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ISSN (printed): 0145-5788. ISSN (electronic): 2153-6619.
Teaching Philosophy is the only journal devoted to the practical and theoretical discussion of teaching and learning philosophy. Since 1975 it has provided a peer-reviewed forum for the exchange of ideas about the challenges faced by philosophers in the classroom, and has published the largest body of original work on philosophy teaching in the English language. Each quarterly issue offers support for all levels of philosophy instruction with a unique mix of articles, reports, case studies, and reviews. Regularly covered topics include: Innovative teaching methods, classroom strategies, and the use of new instructional materials; Experimental and interdisciplinary courses with philosophical content, and courses that develop the philosophical aspects of other fields; Evaluation of teaching and assessment of learning in philosophy, as well as philosophy faculty development and student counseling; Theoretical issues in the teaching of philosophy and the critical examination of pedagogical problems; Reviews of books, software, instructional media, and Web-based resources of interest to philosophy teachers.
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