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Creating a Syllabus | teachphilosophy101

Creating a Syllabus | teachphilosophy101

Writing a syllabus presents some challenges.  On the one hand, as the first communication with the students, the syllabus needs to convey the excitement and interest of the course, and give the students a sense of how this course will change them and why they might want to take it.  At the same time, the syllabus needs to lay out the bureaucratic ground rules of the course, and it should also carry some  materials that the...

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