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Philosophical inquiry with children : the development of an inquiring society in Australia

Author: Gilbert Burgh; Simone Thornton
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
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Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gilbert Burgh; Simone Thornton
ISBN: 9781138362925 1138362921 9781138362963 1138362964
OCLC Number: 1054260198
Description: xx, 266 pages, 10 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Editorial introduction. The philosophical classroom : an Australian story / Gilbert Burgh and Simone Thornton --
Part I. The development of philosophy for children in Australia. Introduction / Gabrielle Mardon --
Philosophy for children comes to Australia / Laurance J. Splitter and Jennifer Glaser --
Getting started : the early use of the IAPC curriculum / Jennifer Glaser with Anita Bass --
The federation debate : creating an Australasian network / Laurance J. Splitter and May Leckey --
From newsletters to an Australasian journal and beyond / Stephan Millett --
Australian practices go overseas / Megan Jane Laverty --
Part II. Ideas into books. Introduction / Gabrielle Mardon --
'Memo to Harry Stottlemeier and friends : you are not wanted here!' : reflections on the idea of a philosophy curriculum in Australia / Laurance J. Splitter --
'What's so special about a story?' : revisiting the IAPC text-as-story paradigm / Jennifer Glaser --
Resourceful teachers and teacher resources / Susan Wilks --
From picture books to science in the classroom / Tim Sprod --
Writing for children and teachers : a philosophical journey / Philip Cam --
Connecting concepts and developing thinking classrooms / Clinton Golding --
Part III. Philosophy in schools. Introduction / Gabrielle Mardon --
Teacher education and professional development / Janette Poulton --
Philosophy and the curriculum / Monica Bini, Peter Ellerton, Sue Knight, Stephan Millett and Alan Tapper --
Philosophy in schools across Australia / Kate Kennedy White with Liz Fynes-Clinton, Lynne Hinton, Jill Howells, Emmanuel Skoutas, Daniel Smith and Matthew Wills --
Philosophy in public and other educational spaces / Selena Prior and Susan Wilks --
Australian research into the benefits of philosophy for children / Stephan Millett, Rosie Scholl and Alan Tapper --
Philosophy for children goes to university / Jennifer Bleazby and Christina Slade --
Part IV. Reflections. Growing up with philosophy in Australia : philosophy as cultural discourse / Simone Thornton and Gilbert Burgh.
Responsibility: edited by Gilbert Burgh and Simone Thornton.

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