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In addition to the syllabi below, see also the materials available at the APA's collection of syllabi on underrepresented areas of philosophy. Our More Resources for Teaching page also contains links to additional syllabi and course materials available on the web.
- Comparative Ethics syllabus, provided by Andrew Lambert (Western New England University).
- A presentation on teaching Chinese philosophy, provided by A. Lambert; includes ideas for organizing the courses, descriptions of lessons on various topics, and information on texts to use in the classroom.
- A presentation on organizing comparative philosophy courses, by Jeremy Henkel (Wofford College); focuses on the pro's and con's of organizing a course around topics or traditions.
- Patrick S. O'Donnell (Santa Barbara City College) provides an extensive collection of teaching materials at his Academia.edu page. See especially his bibliographies on Buddhism, Classical Chinese Worldviews, Hinduism, Indian (or Indic) Philosophy, Islamic Studies, and the Varna & Caste System; see also his teaching materials on the Buddhist Doctrine of Dependent Arising, his study guide for Hinduism, and his glossaries for Confucianism and Daoism, under the "Teaching Documents" list.
- "Gently Socratic Inquiry"; a detailed overview of p4c teaching tools and techniques, by Thomas Jackson.
- "The Philosopher's Pedagogy"; an article on using p4c in the classroom by Amber Strong Makaiau and Chad Miller, Educational Perspectives 44, Nos. 1-2.