Articles About Teaching Philosophy & Doing Philosophy With Young Learners
An Introduction to the Philosophy for Children (P4C) Method
Find out how to use the Philosophy for Children (P4C) method in your lessons today!
The Role of Philosophy in Developing Cognitive Flexibility in Young Learners
Cognitive flexibility is an important trait to develop in young learners: how can exploring philosophical issues in the classroom help us to do this?
Philosophy & Ethics in The Business Studies Classroom: Teaching Students to Be Ethical Leaders
How can Business Studies Teachers help students to engage in philosophical and ethical reflection?
Introducing Philosophy Through Literature
How can teachers on English Literature boost philosophical and ethical thinking in their lessons?
The Role of Philosophy in Developing Emotional & Social Intelligence in Students
Encouraging philosophical debates and discussions in your lessons can help to enhance students social and emotional intelligence!
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