Monday, April 30

Location: University of Toronto Schools (UTS)
Fee: $40.00 for employed teachers; $10.00 for post-secondary students with ID.
Cash or cheque only. Cheques are made out to OPTA.
There is no pre-registration.
Beverages and baked goods are provided between sessions at no extra cost.
Lunch is not provided. There are several good eateries a short walk from UTS.

Note the schedule change. There will be two blocks of sessions instead of the three blocks of previous conferences.

The schedule will be updated as session details are finalized.

08:00 - 09:15    Registration

09:15 - 10:15    Sessions I
Tamara Ray — Logic
Alistair Macrae — Two accounts of friendship: Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics
and Plato's Lysis.
Amy Leask — Philosophy for Children
Bailey Rose/Elan Umholtz — Incorporating Digital Media in HZB3M and HZT4U

10:30 - 12:00    Plenary
Indigenous Worldviews
Speaker TBA

12:00 - 01:15    Lunch + Resources Exchange

01:15 - 02:15    Sessions II
George Ghanotakis — Implementing Games to Foster Critical Thinking
A hands-on workshop tied to the Ontario curriculum and the Philosophical Olympiads
Sheldon Lawrence — Edward Said's Orientalism as a Tool for Students'
Philosophical Identity Development
Speaker TBA
Tamara Ray — Logic (repeat)

02:30 - 03:15    Annual General Meeting

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