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PIPEline Conversations 001 – Doris Santoro and MERC on Teacher Demoralization (LIVE)
We have a treat for you! This episode was recorded live at the Philosophy of Education Society’s 2019 Annual Meeting in Richmond, Virginia! To discuss issues of teacher demoralization, we gladly welcome Doris Santoro (Bowdoin College) author of the book, Demoralized: Why Teachers Leave the Profession They Love and How They Can Stay. In addition to Santoro’s philosophical remarks, our panel discussion features Allison Fleming (a teacher from Hanover County Public Schools), Jesse Senechal (Director of the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium and author of Understanding Teacher Morale), and David Naff (Assistant Director of MERC and host of the podcast Abstract). Enjoy!
A special announcement regarding the series.
Episode – 036 Avi Mintz
We are proud to converse with Avi Mintz (University of Tulsa). Our discussion covers much ground as we engage the concepts of pain/struggle in education and consider what a pluralist approach to the field of philosophy of education might yield. Please find links to the work referenced in this episode here, here, and here.
Episode 035 – Tal Gilead
We welcome Tal Gilead (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) to the program as he discusses economics, happiness, and the role of philosophers in educational scholarship.
Episode 034 – Ben Kotzee
Ben Kotzee (University of Birmingham) sits down with us to discuss issues of epistemology in contemporary philosophical work on education. Among a host of other queries, we consider what constitutes a good thinker, how we might best understand intellectual virtues, and the true value of a formal education.