I received the following call for papers from Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach. Since I guess we all have direct experience with the topic, please consider applying.
The American Association of Philosophy Teachers is a community of faculty, teachers, and grad students who are passionate about teaching and learning in philosophy, and every two years we have a conference with sessions focused entirely on that. Sessions are interactive and hands on, and a great way to connect with colleagues who enjoy talking and sharing ideas about teaching.
We are inviting proposals for our 2020 workshop/conference, to be held at Otterbein University (Ohio, USA) July 22-25, 2020. Please see the CfP. Proposals due January 17, 2020.
We are interested in proposals in all areas of teaching and learning in philosophy, though are particularly interested in (among other things):
Teaching in non-traditional settings Professional issues connected to teaching Diversity and Inclusion in our classrooms and discipline “High-impact diversity practices” in teaching philosophy courses
Questions can be sent to Christina Hendricks (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the Program Chair, Jane Drexler (email@example.com).