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Brent Silby Curriculum Vitae

Brent Silby Curriculum Vitae



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Brent Silby Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum Vitae
Welcome to the Curriculum Vitae of Brent Silby. This will give you an idea of the work, education, and projects I have been involved in over the years. My professional history has covered a range of different areas, so for convenience I have categorized my work into the following headings: Education (Background info) Teaching / Academic (Includes section on Responsibilities) Articles / Papers / Research in Philosophy and Science Music Production and DJ Performance Public Presentations / Talks Videogame Design and Animation For further information: brent.silby@gmail.com
Brent Silby Curriculum Vitae
Graduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning
New Zealand Graduate School of Education
New ZealandCompleted 2003 
Master of Arts (with Merit)
Department of Philosophy
University of CanterburyChristchurch
New ZealandCompleted 2000 
Bachelor of Arts (with Honors)
Department of Philosophy
University of CanterburyChristchurch
New ZealandCompleted 1998 
Brent Silby Curriculum Vitae
April 2004 - Present
I teach Philosophy at Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery (formerly Unlimited Paenga Tawhiti). Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Campus is a secondary school that provides individualised learning programmes and is suitable for highly motivated learners. Students are encouraged to manage their own learning, and in doing so, their learning is enhanced as it is relevant to their interests. Courses I teach include: • Philosophy º Phil110 - Science: Good, Bad, Bogus (stage 1 University of Canterbury course, taught at Unlimited for senior students) º Philosophy of Mind º Philosophy of Religion º Philosophy Through the Centuries º Skepticism: Ghosts, Astrology, and Spook Stuff  º Philosophy Inquiry: Student directed research project º From the Big Bang to Evolution º Philosophy of Space and Time º Ethics º Language, Thought, and Consciousness º Are Videogames Art? Videogame design and programming DJ music performance and production 
March 2001 - October 2001
Teaching Assistant: Philosophy 139: Ethics and the Good Life
Department of Philosophy, University of Canterbury, New Zealand 

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