SAPERE P4C: Philosophy for Children
SAPERE promotes Philosophy for Children throughout the UK. SAPERE is an internationally recognized charity based in Oxford.
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Philosophy for Young Children: A Practical Guide
1st Edition Published on August 17, 2011 by Routledge With this book, any teacher can start teaching philosophy to children today! Co-written by a professor of
Heart and the bottle by Oliver Jeffries. Themes: loss, family, sadness, love. Age: 7+ Blurb: Once there was a girl who was full of wonderment at how the world worked. She shared all her dreams and excitement with her father, who always had the answer to every question. That is until one day when his chair was empty, not to be filled again – how would she find the meaning of life now? Recommended by Alexia Tucker.
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Global Learning - Welsh Centre for International Affairs
“Both pupils and staff found activities highly engaging and thought-provoking… WCIA has made an invaluable contribution to our programme.” We inspire people’s interest in global issues and develop their understanding of why these issues are relevant to all of our lives. We build people’s skills and confidence to explore different perspectives and then take informed action. In this way, we want everyone in Wales to … Continue reading Global Learning »
Andrew Cullison Site – Your SUPER-powered WP Engine Site
"Teaching Children Philosophy". This page has tons of info and links on teaching Philosophy to elementary school children. It is awesome. Each "Book Module" gives a summary, guidelines, and questions for a specific children's book. Really, really awesome resource. LOVE this!
Session 219: Philosophy for Children #p4c Subject Special
-UKEdChat embarked on a new year of Subject Special sessions starting with Philosophy for Children (p4c). Co-hosted by Brian Hays, the aim of this session was to share ideas, best practice, and res…
Exploring 'Would You Rather…' Questions
Normally, teachers like to avoid off-task topics, like "would you rather" questions. But, there can be a useful time and place for these fun questions!