MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE | KENDALL

                       Allen McPhee

                     Department of Arts and Philosophy, Kendall Campus

       
    GENERAL INFORMATION
  Allen McPhee

Office: M315
Phone# 305-237-2636
Dept# 305-237-2281
E-mail: amcphee@mdc.edu
     
    Fall 2008-1 COURSE LISTING

 
PHI2010 Ref #473202 MW 5:40-6:55 P.M.  RM: M237
PHI2010 Ref #473203 MW 8:30-9:45 P.M. RM: M236
PHI2010 Ref #473208 TR 8:30-9:45 P.M. RM: M226
PHI2604 Ref #501075 TR 11:15-12:30 P.M. RM: 9107
PHI2604 Ref #501077 TR 5:40-6:55 P.M. RM: 6111
    COURSE SYLLABI

 
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 2604 Critical Thinking and Ethics
    OFFICE HOURS: @ Kendall Campus, Building M, Room M315

 
MW 4:40-5:30 P.M.  &  7:05-8:20 P.M.
TR 12:40-1:35 P.M.  &  4:45-5:30 P.M.  &  7:05-8:20 P.M.
    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

  M.A. Philosophy, Stanford University, 1993

B.A. Philosophy, University of California at Davis, 1989
    EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

 
I believe that every student has the potential to make a difference in society and that it is the job of the instructor to guide them to academic success.

Everyone can learn, but the desire to learn must exist. I can teach anyone who has the desire to learn. However, I cannot give one this desire. People entering college should have a desire to learn. One may want to learn to get a better job, to make one's family happy, to become a better person or for many other reasons. In college, one must be motivated, success-driven, and self-regulating. Students who enter my courses with a good attitude will be successful.

     
    CURRENT PROJECTS

  Developing online WebCT support for Introduction to Philosophy
Developing Interactive PowerPoint for Critical Thinking and Ethics

 
    INTERESTS

 
I enjoy traveling, action movies, chess, mathematics, and doing philosophy.
    ONLINE RESOURCES / LINKS

  WebCT

Turnitin.com

 

     
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