- Only having taken two philosophy courses in college, I wasn't sure what to say but I gave it my best shot.
- — T Conboy (@conboytm)Tue, Nov 24 2015 00:13:15A1: Opens students up to thought provoking ideas that may challenge them, which can be applicable to similar current social issues. #sschat
- I agreed with this tweet completely. Philosophy definitely can be incorporated in discussions about conflicts.
- Again, I was surprised with how easily it can be applied in a history class.
- Again, I could only remember a few things from my philosophy courses, so I tried to my best.
- I really appreciated his statement on using it to teach tolerance.
- — Matt Doran (@mdoran2067)Tue, Nov 24 2015 00:27:02A3. Essential questions that frame many of our courses are philosophical in nature. Logic and argumentation apply to all disciplines #sschat
- — James Kendra (@JamesKendra)Tue, Nov 24 2015 00:26:35Ss need to develop some type of political philosophy (however rudimentary) before they vote. What do you want America to stand for? #sschat
- For this question, I was a bit unsure of any specific things I teach, but as I read others responses, I realized I did without knowing.
- My boring first answer.
Integrating Philosophy in Social Studies: A Logical Choice
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