New High School Philosophy Curriculum


Introduction to Philosophy

High School Curriculum

Developed by the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University,
with funding from the Squire Family Foundation

This user-friendly curriculum, developed and tested at the Center for Talented Youth, covers all the major topics in philosophy, and is suitable for a high school or advanced middle school class. Each self-contained module includes lesson plans, suggested readings, discussion questions and study guides so that even teachers with a limited philosophy background should be able successfully to use it. Find it here, under “Center for Talented Youth.”

New High School Philosophy Curriculum

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  • June 3, 2013 at 9:07 pm
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    I am teaching a Literature and Philosophy course, hoping to explore ideas that other teachers have used. I am never quite sure where to begin the course and what to include, although I do enjoy ways I have brought closure to it.

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