Tips for different ways of presenting and using a wide variety variety of stimulus material for p4c.
This is collection of foundational routines for doing p4c with children. Reading the items will prepare you to use the rest of the materials on the website.
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Creating and analysing questionnares can be a useful stimulus for philosophical questioning. Samples and advice are provided.
A useful framework to help you plan and assess your p4c sessions.
A couple of rhymes to encourage children to share thoughts and questions and to understand 'questions' and 'statements'.
A way to involve the parents of very young children in the critical and creative thinking of p4c.
Ten practical suggestions to improve listening in your classroom.