The HCSPiP Conference in Pedagogical Innovation

July 10, 2023
Department of Philosophy, Hamilton College

KJ 127
198 College Hill Road
Clinton 13323
United States

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The Hamilton College Summer Program in Philosophy, a two-week innovative program for undergradutes from around the world, culminates, for instructors and tutors, in a conference on pedagogy. During the conference, instructors reflect on their experiences, and share what they’ve learned from their recent experimentation in the classroom. In addition, a keynote speaker gives a talk on a topic related to philosophical pedagogy and this year, for the first time, our Pedagogy Resident will give a talk as well. The conference will be livestreamed on zoom for any who want to attend virtually. This year, our keynote speaker is Harry Brighouse from UWA, who will be giving the talk "Instructional Quality is the Most Urgent and Most Neglected Equity Issue on Campus." A zoom link to the program can be found on our website.

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