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An introduction to philosophy for children explains how children can be encouraged to ask the right questions, reason effectively, think for themselves, and begin to understand more about themselves and the world around them.
Inspiring, intelligent and practical, this user-friendly guide provides a wonderful introduction to using P4C (Philosophy for Children) in primary schools. This extremely accessible book provides an introduction to philosophy for children. It explains how you can encourage children to ask the right questions, reason effectively, think for themselves, and begin to understand more about themselves and the world around them. Inspiring and intelligent, with clearly presented, practice-based examples, it is full of fun and engaging activities that work right across the curriculum.
Encouraging independent thinking skills for successful enquiries, this Pocket PAL explains how you can encourage children to explore the 'big questions' and help them to begin to reason effectively.
Building Learning in Mathematics is about generating deep progress in mathematics so that students who struggle with this subject learn more mathematics, get better at learning mathematics and feel better about themselves as mathematics students. This means that they gain in confidence and self-esteem, and can remember and transfer their knowledge.
We live in an ever demanding world where independent, creative thinking is highly prized. We want the children of the future to have the skills and confidence to form their own ideas, and have the confidence and resilience to speak up for what they believe in. Why Think? will enable practitioners of children aged 3-11 to confidently turn their classrooms into spaces where thinking, challenging and reasoning become as natural as play. In this book, the author of But Why? explores how to maximise philosophical play through activities, games and parental engagement. Why Think? Includes: • Inspirational case studies• Facilitation techniques and information on philosophical concepts• A list of recommended books and resources, online quizzes, thinking games and useful web links• Question-board activities to stimulate daily thinking The book is visually interesting with lots of annotated sessions, drawings, photos, and ideas for resources. A must for all early years and primary practitioners.
This user-friendly manual will help teachers to introduce Philosophy for Children (P4C) to early years and primary-aged children. One hour of P4C a week can raise pupil IQ scores by an average of 6.5 points, and has been shown to develop thinking skills, emotional literacy and awareness of citizenship even in very young children. This teacher's manual includes: - expert guidance on how to facilitate successful P4C sessions - advice on using stories, poems and other stimuli as a starting point - strategies that lead to fruitful thinking - tips on integrating philosophy into school and home - inspiring case studies - games and activities to promote deep thinking. The full But Why? resource pack featuring four stunningly-illustrated storybooks specifically designed to provoke philosophical enquiry at different levels, can also be purchased from Continuum (ISBN 9781855393028).

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