Much of the teaching I have done has been with primary and secondary students and their teachers as part of my involvement in philosophy in the schools. At the university level, I have taught in a broad range of areas, including the philosophy of mind, psychology, and cognitive science, the philosophy of biology, and the history of philosophy. Here are eight representative syllabi from my time at Alberta, ranging from the earliest to the most recent courses. Graduate / upper level courses are taught as seminars; intermediate courses are taught lecture-style (with discussion). I have also taught (and enjoy teaching) large-lecture introductory courses, and will be teaching PHI1QTM—Questions That Matter—for the next few years at La Trobe.