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Philosophy with Teenagers

Nurturing a Moral Imagination for the 21st century

by Patricia Hannam

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Continuum International Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moral education (Secondary) -- United States,
  • Philosophy -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- United States,
  • Multicultural education -- United States,
  • Education and globalization -- United States

  • About the Edition

    Philosophy with Teenagers offers a clear introduction to the theory and practice of the Community of Philosophical Enquiry (P4C). This book explains how P4C can facilitate young people’s exploration of key ethical concerns of our time, such as sustainability, justice, and intercultural and interfaith understanding . It considers why exploring such issues philosophically with their peers, can help young people with the process of growing up into confident individuals and responsible citizens. Further the book discusses the significance of philosophical enquiry to the educational needs of the 21st century.

    The authors provide practical examples for practitioners wanting to develop philosophical enquiry in their context, including secondary teachers looking to implement new curriculum demands in compelling and inspirational ways. The book provides useful insights for all those working directly or indirectly, formally or informally, with young people including teacher educators at university level, policy makers, parents and social and youth workers.

    Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia Hannam and Eugenio Echeverria.
    ContributionsEcheverria, Eugenio.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC311 .H365 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23180361M
    ISBN 109781855394667
    LC Control Number2009008777

    Philosophy with Teenagers offers a clear introduction to the theory and practice of the Community of Philosophical Enquiry (P4C). This book explains how P4C can facilitate young peopleâ#x80;#x99;s exploration of key ethical concerns of our time, such as sustainability, justice, and intercultural and interfaith understanding. A reasonably in-depth discussion can be sparked just by asking questions about a book that was just read. Teaching Children Philosophy has a list of popular children’s stories and guides on how.

    Logic, reason and philosophy are all around us and philosophical questions can be formed from any story because every story is saying something. If you have a friendship with this youth, you could still take this approach. Buy a book, read it yourself, give it to him and then ask him in a week or two if he's read it. One is a general introduction to philosophy, one focuses on ethics, and the third includes books that address issues about knowledge and reality. So if you want to see what teaching philosophy is like, feel free to use these suggested curricula as well as the book modules for the suggested books.

    Philosophy for Children, sometimes abbreviated to P4C, is a movement that aims to teach reasoning and argumentative skills to are also related methods sometimes called "Philosophy for Young People" or "Philosophy for Kids".Often the hope is that this will be a key influential move towards a more democratic form of democracy. However, there is also a long tradition within higher.   Philosophy for Teenagers 1. Philosophy for T eens Questioning Life’s Big Ideas in @dabambic West Island College 2. Philosophy for Teens Plato & his student, Aristotle 5th version of this class, each one is distinctive. Visit the past videos on the wiki; see the link on the front page.


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I nominate four:— 1. George Mikes (‘mee-kez’), How to be an Alien. Philosophy is the study Philosophy with Teenagers book general problems concerning matters such as existence, knowledge, truth, beauty, justice, validity, mind, and language.

Philosophy is distinguished from other ways of addressing these questions (such as mysticism or mythology) by its critical, generally systematic approach and its reliance on reasoned argument. “A timely and very welcome book, Philosophy with Teenagers shows how philosophical enquiry offers a way of developing and nurturing the skills and moral sensibilities needed to thrive as an adolescent in an uncertain and demanding age.

Book review: ‘Provocations: Philosophy for Secondary Schools’ by David Birch Oddly, very few books exist to help teachers foster philosophical enquiry among high schoolers. Of these few, David Birch’s Provocations is a standout, distinguished by the originality, breadth and richness of its material.

To be different is not the same as to confront. This book donates a generous amount of space to illustrate the important distinction between the two disciplines. Philosophy, properly understood, will not weaken one’s religion but strengthen it. If this book shapes the lifestyle for good of only one student, it would have been worth the toil.

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So here goe. The book I am currently reading is Philosophy For Teens, by Sharon and Paul Thomson. This is an amazing fiction book that is primarily full of the opinions of philosophers. This book does exactly what it says and "Questions life's big ideas"/5(10).

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Lewis, and Henry David Thoreau, among others. Teaching philosophy and critical thinking skills to children and teenagers P4C is an approach to learning and education where pupils are encouraged to cultivate and use their own reasoning in collaboration with others to explore philosophical topics that can arise in any discipline such as: What is courage.

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