"He was very good at providing further explanation of the various topics looked at in the course as well as facilitating meaningful and interesting discussion within each of the tutorial sessions. Feedback on midterm was helpful and encouraging."

          - Student, Edinburgh (Knowledge and Reality)

"Mr. Shaw was friendly, knowledgeable, and approachable. I quite enjoyed having him as a tutor and he gave very detailed feedback on my assessment."

         - Student, Edinburgh (Knowledge and Reality)

"Teaches the course in a dynamic way and encourages conversation about the material. Overall he was a great teacher, and I would recommend him to anyone if he wasn't going off to Scotland!"
       
- Student, CVCC (Introduction to Philosophy)

"I really liked Mr. Shaw's method of teaching. It was very relaxed and open to discussion which encouraged me to think for myself about the philosophical ideas we were discussing."

       - Student, CVCC (Introduction to Philosophy)

LECTURING
 

Introduction to Philosophy - Spring / Summer  2014

Central Virginia Community College

for Dr. Muriel Mickles, VP of Academic and Student Affairs

Delivered lectures on logic and on central issues in contemporary epistemology (including scepticism and internalism vs. externalism), metaphysics (including causality and action theory), ethics (including normative and metaethical theories), philosophy of religion (including the problem of evil, ontological, cosmological, and teleological arguments for God), philosophy of mind, and existentialism. Designed and evaluated student assessments, including mostly essays. 


Introduction to Philosophy - Fall 2013 

via Blackboard Collaborate

Central Virginia Community College
for Dr. Muriel Mickles, VP of Academic and Student Affairs

Delivered lectures on logic and on central issues in contemporary epistemology (including scepticism and internalism vs. externalism), metaphysics (including causality and action theory), ethics (including normative and metaethical theories), philosophy of religion (including the problem of evil, ontological, cosmological, and teleological arguments for God), philosophy of mind, and existentialism. Designed and evaluated student assessments, including mostly essays. 
 

TUTORING
 

Mind, Matter, and Language - Fall 2017

University of Edinburgh

for Dr. Anders Schoubye, Course Organiser

Led discussion groups on contemporary issue in philosophy of mind and philosophy of language. Evaluated student assessments, including mostly essays. 

Morality and Value - Fall 2016
University of Edinburgh
for Dr. Guy Fletcher, Course Organiser

Led discussion groups on contemporary issue in value theory, normative and applies ethics, and political philosophy. Evaluated student assessments, including mostly essays. 

Knowledge and Reality - Fall 2015
University of Edinburgh
for Dr. Bryan Pickel, Course Organiser
Led discussion groups on contemporary issue in epistemology and metaphysics, including scepticism, epistemology of testimony, reasons and evidence, constitution, identity, action theory, and philosophy of time. E
valuated student assessments, including mostly essays.  

Introduction to Philosophy - Fall 2011-2015
Liberty University

for Dr. David Baggett, Course Organiser
and Ed Martin, Course Organiser

Led discussion groups on contemporary issue in logic, epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, and philosophy of religion. Evaluated student assessments, including moderation of discussion boards. 

  



 

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