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A workshop at the American Association of Philosophy Teachers' conference, July 2016. The first half is about how using backwards design and different types of learning goals as enumerated by Dee Fink can help one one rethink assignments in philosophy courses. The second is about "renewable assignments" according to David Wiley and how they might work in philosophy courses. Ideally one could come up with a new learning goal from the first half and then come up with a renewable assignment to fit it, from the second half of the workshop.