Behavior at Conferences and Colloquia
How to Ask Questions At Conferences and Colloquia: from PrawfsBlawg
The APA Good Practices Guide: In the list of topics that follows the preface, the guide outlines the areas in which it will attempt to offer some good practices
- Use of the Good Practices Guide
- Teaching, supervising, and mentoring
- Professional development and placement
- Interviews and offers of employment
- Implicit bias
- Social events
- Professional communication
- Mental and emotional health
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Conditionally Accepted : A Space for Scholars on the Margins of Academia Check out the Resources page - many excellent links.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education (formerly entitled Black Issues in Higher Education)
Philosophy for Children
"Philosophy for Children (enquiry based learning) offers a way to open up children's learning through enquiry and the exploration of ideas. Children learn that their ideas have value, and that the ideas of other children have value too. Through Philosophy for Children they realize that they don't always have to be right, but they gain the confidence to ask questions and learn through discussion." - Philosophy4Children
PLATO provides ideas, tools, and resources to help educators of all levels and subject areas integrate philosophy education into their classrooms.
Thomas E. Wartenberg, Professor of Philosophy at Mount Holyoke College, has been working with teachers on teaching philosophy for children.
Teaching Philosophy to Youth
John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. Specifically for grades 7-12. Please check out their introduction to philosophy.
November is picture book month, a good resource for books and ideas.