How To Disagree And Still Be Friends: An Interactive Workshop

Want to help students discuss controversial issues? In this interactive workshop, Harvard Philosophy Fellow Nate Otey shows you how to use a simple, fun assignment called The Disagreement Project to help students learn to listen respectfully and defend their views with evidence — to cultivate both empathy and logical rigor. Research from top universities shows that argument mapping significantly improves students’ critical thinking skills and may even decrease partisan polarization.  

Nate Otey

Nate Otey is a Harvard Philosophy Fellow

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