• The American Association of Philosophy Teachers is dedicated to the advancement of the art of teaching philosophy. To this end the organization sponsors a Biennial Workshop / Conference on teaching philosophy and a Teaching Fellows program.
  • The American Philosophical Association, the philosophy profession’s umbrella organization, provides resources for philosophy teaching and outreach. The APA generously funded the development of this website.
  • Campus Compact, an organization dedicated to service learning in higher education, has resources for both teachers, students, and presidents. Their web site includes some syllabi of philosophy classes that incorporate service learning: http://www.compact.org/category/syllabi/philosophy
  • Learn and Serve: America’s National Service Learning Clearinghouse hosts a database of research and teaching methods at their website.
  • With an emphasis on diversity and underprivileged populations, Philosophical Horizons serves schools that are the least likely to have the resources to implement Philosophy for Children (P4C) into their curriculum as well as the Mark Luttrell correctional facility.
  • PLATO (Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization), is a national organization that advocates and supports introducing philosophy to pre-college students.
  • Public Philosophy Network “The Public Philosophy Network is an online social network for philosophers, community-based practitioners, policy makers, and other constituents interested in thinking critically about public issues.”
  • Teach Philosophy 101 presents free, user-friendly strategies and resources for faculty members and graduate assistants who teach philosophy courses, especially at the introductory level.
  • Tom Wartenberg’s web site, Teaching Children Philosophy archives lesson plans submitted by students from multiple institutions. These, along with sample courses, resources, and videos are available for public use. This serves as a model for the type of collaborative resource building across colleges that Community Connections aims to create.
  • Volgistics houses resources, communication tools, and some finished products to link people engaged in civic education around the world.