To answer the question: If good teaching is dialogue, why does monologue continue to dominate? Read More
To define, illustrate, and demonstrate how to implement the Socratic method of teaching and learning in the classroom.
To enable teachers to develop in their students and themselves the habits of reflective, critical, and independent thinking.
Reflective: to learn how to uncover questions that answers hide.
Critical: to discriminate among ideas--to sift out the good from the acceptable, the better from the satisfactory, and the best from the provisional.
Independent: to learn how to trust your own judgment about what is true or false, good or bad, and noble or vile.