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Philosophy Science Questions

Discussion in 'Science' started by sharpy1871, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. attended a session at my work regarding p4c (philosophy for children), i was trying to think of some stimulating lesson starters which encourage examination and speculation of a scientific topic or principle.

    any ideas?
  2. The lesson plans (free to download) available from the University of Ulster's Forward Thinking project (www.ulster.ac.uk/scienceinsociety/forwardthinking.html) are all designed to be used in P4C sessions in science. I see this post was a few years ago but better late than never?!

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