The Center for Ethics and Education creates audio pieces to give faculty and students the tools to bridge philosophy and education. This audio is available for download and is intended for use in undergraduate and graduate education classes, and by anyone interested in ethics and education.
Ethics & Education Podcast: https://anchor.fm/ethicsandeducation
Education for Liberation
Quentin Wheeler-Bell on the philosophy of education for liberation.
The Ethics of Doctoral Admissions
Philosopher Bryan Warnick talks to us about his paper, “The Ethics of Doctoral Admissions.” We also asked four PhD students to share their thoughts on grad school.
This conversation offers a hopeful vision for the future of sex education, preventing sexual assault, and developing an empathetic understanding of young people today.
Opting Out of Standardized Testing
UC-Boulder professor Terri Wilson discusses a case study she co-wrote on opting out of state standardized testing.
What is a Charter School?
Harry Brighouse and Grace Gecewicz talk about the history of charter schools, featuring interviews with UW-Madison education professor Erica Turner and Harvard philosopher Gina Schouten.
Ethical Costs: Higher Education and Social Mobility
UNC philosopher Jennifer Morton tells us about her book, Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility.
The Case of the Privileged Poor
Harvard sociologist Anthony Abraham Jack discusses his book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students.
UW-Madison Undergraduate Research Scholar Kellen Sharp describes his experience working at the Center.
Education professors Lauren Gatti and Paula McAvoy talk about their book project, Just Teacher: Ethical Thinking in the Profession of Teaching.
“Just Teacher” – on Teaching in a Pandemic (bonus episode)
Professors Lauren Gatti and Paula McAvoy discuss their book and talk about the unique challenges the Covid pandemic poses to teachers.
Good Sex Education for Good Sex
Center for Ethics and Education undergraduate assistant Grace Gecewicz makes the case for a new kind of sex education, based on her senior thesis.