The aim of this special interest group is to promote a forum for scholars working at the intersection of philosophical and educational thought. It places scholarship that is informed by philosophical traditions such as epistemology, ontology, phenomenology, ethics, and political philosophy in conversation with the central concepts, values, and assumptions that underpin educational practice, research, and policy. The educational philosophy and theory special interest group aims to gather researchers in addressing significant and emerging educational questions and issues that take a characteristically philosophical perspective, and hence centrally concerned with philosophy of education. The group invites researchers and practitioners interested in theoretical work more broadly to engage robustly with an explicitly philosophical focus.
- Philosophy of education
- Educational philosophy and theory
John Dewey Conference (February 2022)
Conference on the Legacy of John Dewey on Contemporary Pedagogy Abstracts:
Philip Cam: Thinking as Method
Robert Stevens: Thinking as orientation
Zhihang Li: What does the School as a Community mean