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Philosophy Teachers- Ideas Please!

Discussion in 'Australia - Staffroom' started by CorinneSmith411, Aug 15, 2018.

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    CorinneSmith411 New commenter

    I'm teaching Philosophy in a small private primary school and am also coaching/ mentoring other teachers who are teaching this to K-6 students. Most of these teachers have had very little experience and no training in teaching Philosophy. Has anyone had any professional development or use any resources that they would recommend? I'm looking for mainly things that help students learn the basic concepts and skills of Philosophy in Schools (P4C), rather than books that people use as a stimulus. We are very focused on Visible Thinking Routines at the moment also!
     
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2018

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