Lesson B develops 'If ... then' thinking and highlights the concepts of cause and effect.
Roger Sutcliffe & DialogueWorks
Roger is one of the world’s leading authorities on P4C and philosophical education. He was a founder and President of SAPERE, the UK charity promoting P4C, and President of ICPIC, the International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children. He graduated in Philosophy and Modern Languages at Oxford, and has taught at primary and secondary level. He trained in P4C under Professor Lipman. Roger is an outstanding facilitator of dialogue, with both large audiences and small groups. He is currently the president of DialogueWorks.
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Lesson C continues to explore the concepts of cause and effect and introduces the problems of 'rash reversing'.
This lesson introduces the practice of defining something and the essential word 'all'.
A form for formative or summative evaluation of 20 dispositions/skills that are at the heart of community of inquiry practice.
Count Down (or Count up) are Stand Up (or Sit Down) are two of the most favoured activities in the early stages of developing a community of inquiry, partly because of their simplicity, and partly because they reinforce the practice of OOPSAAT (Only One Person Speaks At A Time), which is essential for effective dialogue. They also develop the sense that everybody in a community of inquiry has a part to play in building success for the whole group.
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A concept stretcher to explore similarities and differences between different kinds of celebrations.