Three courses: Teacher as Philosopher; Cultural and Racial Difference in Education: Philosophical Perspectives; Gender, Ethics and Education.
This site makes available catalogued syllabi for teacher education courses taught by members of the Philosophy of Education Society. Developed by Lucille Eckrich of Illinois State University.
This site for Douglas Kellner's course is both a model of a progressive education site, as well as an interactive interface to theory links and the latest news.
Course notes by Larry J. Shaw, SDSU, on essentialism, progressivism, perennialism, existentialism, and behaviourism in education.
This study place exists for persons who wish to engage in philosophy and education because both have value for them, quite apart from their professional responsibilities. This site is maintained at the Institute for Learning Technologies, Teachers College, Columbia University.
This course prepares the instructor and students to better discern the social and political dimensions of ordinary experience, to make political analyses of the materials and methods of Philosophy for Children, and to experiment with the community of inquiry as a forum for political inquiry and action.