M.A.T. in Philosophy for Children - Montclair State University
B.A. in Liberal Arts - St. John's College
American Educational Research Association
Association of Moral Education
International Association of Philosophy for Children
Philosophy for Children Fellow
Montana Education Association
“Men of Strength” Currently creating an online module to address sexual assault. The module targets males with limited role taking abilities.
History of Moral Education
Schertz, M. (2012). The Temple School: Transcendentalist Pedagogy and Children’s Dialogues in Antebellum America. Childhood and Philosophy. 8(15), 174-194.
Schertz, M. (2011). The Mother’s Magazine: Moral Media for an Emergent Domestic Pedagogy” In J. R. Martin & J Goodman’s (Eds.), Women and Education. New York: Routledge. Invited.
Schertz, M (May, 2009). The Mother’s Magazine: Moral media for an emergent domestic pedagogy. Gender and Education. 21(3) 309-320.
Schertz, M. (June, 2007). Avoiding ‘passive empathy’ with Philosophy for Children, Journal of Moral Education 36(2), 185-198.
Schertz, M. (March, 2007). Empathy as intersubjectivity: Resolving Hume and Smith’s divide, Studies in Philosophy and Education 26(2), 165-178.
Schertz, M. (2006). Empathy, Intersubjectivity and the Creation of the Relational Subject: A New Vision of Empathy Warrants Critical Reflection on the Culture and Practice of Schooling, Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 18(1),10-17.
Schertz, M. (2006). Community of Inquiry and the Development of Empathy, Analytic Teaching 26(1), 8-14.
Schertz, M. (Winter, 2000). Moral Education, Empathy and the Community of Inquiry, Inquiry: Critical thinking across the disciplines 19(2), 36-44.