Free Will in a Philosophy Classroom: How Choice Drives Engagement

  • Boy Voice and Choice (2019-20)

The teaching of philosophy in an examined context can be didactic, with teachers often preferring to walk students through complex and sometimes counterintuitive philosophical concepts step by step. This method may come at a high cost, however, leaving those students underdeveloped in terms of skills they subsequently need at university, notably the ability to find learning approaches that allow for them to be self-sufficient in their study.