P4C.COM NEWSLETTER: 3 February, 2012

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We have added more useful resources from Matthew Lipman's Philosophy for Children Program to P4C.COM this week.

There are not only many valuable activities with which to develop the reasoning language of children and teenagers, but also introductions for teachers about the use of terms such as: knowledge, belief, truth, question, answer, good and bad. See: http://p4c.com/p4c-library/iapc-materials

Steve Bramall has submitted an activity using an antique illustration from a journal of phrenology. The themes are 'mind', 'brain', 'body', 'science', and 'pseudo-science'. See: http://p4c.com/articles/what-s-your-mind

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