Kingston Workshop: Teaching and Learning
Kingston Workshop: Teaching and Learning: Metaphysical, Epistemic and Ethical Issues.
Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada, Friday-Saturday March 10-11, 2017.
Registration is now closed. Further information from: Bakhurst@queensu.ca.
The workshop will comprise talks from six visiting speakers: Andrea Kern (Leipzig/Pittsburgh), Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig/Pittsburgh), Will Small (Illinois), Joseph Dunne (Dublin), Henrike Moll (Psychology, USC) and Jonathan Dancy (UT Austin). Andrea Kern will also be giving the Philosophy Department colloquium that week on Thursday at 4 pm.
This is the first of two workshops on similar themes. The second will take place in London, UK, at UCL Institute of Education, 4-6 May, 2017. Registration is open for the London workshop. Further details and registration form here.
Thursday, March 9
4:00-6:00: Philosophy Colloquium, Andrea Kern, “Kant’s Conception of a Self-Conscious Capacity for Knowledge”. Room: Watson 517
6:00-7:00: Reception at Queen’s University Club
Friday, March 10 Workshop
Venue: Watson Hall Room 517
9.15-10.45: Andrea Kern (Leipzig/Pittsburgh), “The Philosophical Significance of the Idea of Education”. Chair: David Bakhurst
11:00-12:30: Will Small, “The Structure of Practical Knowledge: Capacity, Act, and Habit”. Chair: Christine Sypnowich
Lunch Break (NB lunch not provided)
1.45-3.15: Paul Fairfield (Queen’s), “Can Creative Thinking Be Taught?”. Chair: Ryan McInerney
3.30-5.00: Henrike Moll (USC), “Children’s Understanding of Learning and Teaching”. Chair: Michael Vossen
5.30-7:00: Reception at University Club, Stuart Street.
Saturday, March 11
9.00-10.30: Jonathan Dancy (UT Austin), “Honing Practical Judgement”. Chair: Lesley Jamieson
10.45-12.15: Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig/Pittsburgh), “Teaching and Telling”. Chair: Kurt Mertel
12.15-1.15: Lunch (NB lunch not provided)
1.15-2.00: General Discussion
Visit to Agnes Etherington Art Centre (optional!).