July 26, 2022 Instructors can help students discuss controversial issues by explicitly teaching the skills of intellectual charity. Students can improve these skills by working through simple, engaging practice exercises.
A few questions all of us who work in educational institutions must ask ourselves: What kind of adults do we want our students to become? How do we ensure that
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
“Build that wall,” and “stop the steal,” are popular media phrases that are designed to evoke an extreme response. If the voice of reason responded to some, it might say: