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Top 22 Philosophy Instructor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Philosophy Instructor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Philosophy Instructor resumes they appeared on. For example, 30.9% of Philosophy Instructor resumes contained Ethical Theory as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Philosophy Instructor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Philosophy Instructor:

1. Ethical Theory

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2. Introductory Logic

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3. Laboratory Sections

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4. Online Courses

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5. Teaching Load

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Here's how Teaching Load is used in Philosophy Instructor jobs:
  • Maintained a teaching load of four to six undergraduate philosophy courses each semester.

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6. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Philosophy Instructor jobs:
  • Managed a class of 30+ undergraduates, including holding office hours 3x weekly.
  • Maintained regularly scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
  • Conducted lectures, discussions and office hours.

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7. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Philosophy Instructor jobs:
  • Integrated technology such as Blackboard, Wordpress, Twitter, and SMART board to support learning.
  • Certified in University Teaching Skills with Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning and online teaching through the Blackboard platform.

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8. Intro

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Here's how Intro is used in Philosophy Instructor jobs:
  • Teach introductory cultural anthropology, archaeology, physical anthropology, philosophy of religion, and ethics courses.
  • Designed ethics course with an emphasis on critical thinking; Refined introductory philosophy lessons
  • Served as principal Lecturer for Introduction to Philosophy & Critical Thinking undergraduate course.
  • Designed an introductory philosophy course that emphasized critical thinking
  • Conduct introductory courses for the Department of Philosophy in both philosophy and ethics.
  • Developed the structure and content for an online Introduction to Logic course.
  • Led discussions for Introduction to Critical Thinking (two semesters).
  • Teach introductory philosophy courses, including ethics and logic.
  • Created curriculum and exam materials for Introduction to Logic.
  • Teach Introduction to Logic and Ethics.
  • Teach two sections of Introduction to Philosophy
  • Plan and teach three sections of PHI 240 (Introduction to Ethics) and HUM 115 (Critical Thinking).

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9. Adjunct

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10. Lesson Plans

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11. Moral Problems

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12. Course Materials

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13. New Testament

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14. Philosophyo Philosophy

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15. Moral Philosophy

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16. Diverse Backgrounds

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Here's how Diverse Backgrounds is used in Philosophy Instructor jobs:
  • Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Facilitated discussions with 15 30 students from diverse backgrounds by asking scaffold questions.

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17. Moral Issues

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18. Group Discussions

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19. Literature

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20. Introductory Philosophy Course

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21. Professional Ethics

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22. Undergraduate Courses

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20 Most Common Skills For A Philosophy Instructor

Ethical Theory

31.6%

Introductory Logic

16.0%

Laboratory Sections

8.4%

Online Courses

7.6%

Teaching Load

6.3%

Office Hours

4.6%

Blackboard

4.2%

Intro

2.5%

Adjunct

2.1%

Lesson Plans

2.1%

Moral Problems

2.1%

Course Materials

2.1%

New Testament

1.3%

Philosophyo Philosophy

1.3%

Moral Philosophy

1.3%

Diverse Backgrounds

1.3%

Moral Issues

1.3%

Group Discussions

1.3%

Literature

1.3%

Introductory Philosophy Course

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Philosophy Instructor

Rank Skill
1 Ethical Theory 30.9%
2 Introductory Logic 15.6%
3 Laboratory Sections 8.2%
4 Online Courses 7.4%
5 Teaching Load 6.2%
6 Office Hours 4.5%
7 Blackboard 4.1%
8 Intro 2.5%
9 Adjunct 2.1%
10 Lesson Plans 2.1%
11 Moral Problems 2.1%
12 Course Materials 2.1%
13 New Testament 1.2%
14 Philosophyo Philosophy 1.2%
15 Moral Philosophy 1.2%
16 Diverse Backgrounds 1.2%
17 Moral Issues 1.2%
18 Group Discussions 1.2%
19 Literature 1.2%
20 Introductory Philosophy Course 1.2%
21 Professional Ethics 1.2%
22 Undergraduate Courses 1.2%
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