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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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Sara Stanley is an Advanced Skills teacher, specialising in philosophy, role play and literacy in the Early Years. She is on Norfolk LEA's working party for early years publications in literacy and role play, and has contributed to the Conram Institute's Listening to Young Children project. Having studied under Karin Murris, Roger Sutcliffe and Joanna Haynes, Sara has practiced philosophy for children for many years and now delivers training with colleague Maria Cornish. Together they set up the East Anglian branch of the Society for the Advancement of Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education (SAPERE).
Teaching philosophy... has a very positive impact on children's work across the curriculum, giving them confidence to speak and discuss ideas to a high level. (Ofsted)
Teaching philosophy... has a very positive impact on children’s work across the curriculum, giving them confidence to speak and discuss ideas to a high level. (Sanford Lakoff)
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Book Description Network Continuum, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111855391724
Book Description Network Continuum, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1855391724