We are also happy to announce that we are extending the PLATO Toolkit Competition. So, keep sending in your lesson plans for a chance to win the $100 cash prize! Share your wealth of knowledge with our community! Congratulations
PLATO is Hiring! Interested candidates should send an email message describing their interest in the position, along with an attached resume and the names, titles, and phone numbers of two references, to: firstname.lastname@example.org, by 5 pm PST August 31, 2019.
Share your philosophical expertise with the community! The PLATO Toolkit offers free lesson plans to K-12 teachers on our website (https://www.plato-philosophy.org/teachertoolkit) The competition seeks submissions to add to our collection of tools and lesson plans. The top 5 lesson plans
Merlin CCC offers philosophy experiences in Helena, Montana for community members of all ages. This organization believes that philosophy can enrich all lives. Learn more about them by reading the interview below and by check out their website: https://merlinccc.org/
PLATO would like to thank Senem Saner, PhD from the Philosophy Department at California State University Bakersfield for taking the time to contribute to this blog post. P4C on Campus is a program supported in part with grant funding from
The Environmental Explorers Philosophy Summer Camp will be held June 3-7 PLATO would like to thank Rika Tsuji for contributing to this blog post. The Environmental Explorers Summer Camp is supported in part by grant funding from the PLATO organization.
Grey Havens Philosophy ran the Longmont Thinks! Month was in April 2019 and will be followed by Summer of the Mind which officially begins on May 23. PLATO would like to thank Kelly Cowling for taking the time to contribute
The 2019 PLATO Conference is getting ready to blast off! Come for an amazing conference, and experience the many opportunities for recreation in Orlando/Winter Park. The area offers activities that everyone can enjoy. From Ecotourism to the Kennedy Space Center; world-class theme parks, performing arts,
Applications are now being accepted for the PLATO Philosophy Fund (PPF), supporting a wide range of innovative philosophy programs around the country. All applications are blind peer-reviewed. All applications must be submitted and funding decisions will be announced in
NAACI Conference on “Education in a world in crisis: How philosophy for/by children might respond” in collaboration with The Mexican Federation of Philosophy for Children and the Centers Tepepan and Thinkers Call for Papers Deadline November 30, 2017