2016 FAPSA Conference
“Philosophy Throughout the School Years”
18th and 19th of April, 2016
Te Wharewaka o Poneke, Wellington, New Zealand
The conference will be followed by an “Action Day” at a local school on April 20th.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED
For a look at the impressive array of workshops and presentations offered at the conference, download the following document:
Payment for conference registration can be made through Paypal, or by using credit cards accepted by Paypal. Australian residents may also choose to make a deposit into the FAPSA bank account – details on registration form.
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Pay for Conference Registration:
(Note that Early bird Registrations are due by Dec 18th, but to accommodate school budgets, payment may be deferred until Feb 12th)
Pay for Action Day:
Download this text document for information about the Conference discount for the West Plaza hotel
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The Federation of Australasian
Philosophy in Schools Associations
Philosophy’s Contribution to School Education
7-8 July, 2014
Australian National University, Canberra
Gilbert Burgh (University of Queensland) How should children practice philosophy?
Philip Cam (University of NSW) On philosophical narratives for children
Liz Fynes-Clinton (East Brisbane State School) Deep reflective thinking through collaborative philosophical inquiry
Lynne Hinton and Sharon Baird (Queensland University of Technology and Hillbrook Anglican School) Implementing philosophical inquiry at an independent secondary school: A measured approach
Britta Jensen (Marist College North Shore) Philosophy in the foreign language classroom
Winifred Lamb (Narrabundah College) The value of philosophy and its counter-cultural role in the senior high school curriculum
Christopher McCaw (The University High School, Melbourne) A bumpy start: First encounters with philosophy teaching, from an experiential perspective
Martyn Mills-Bayne and Virginia Kinnear (University of South Australia and Flinders University) Children’s use of justificatory language within and without the Community of Inquiry
Thom Robertson (Narrabundah College) The place of nature in a secondary philosophy curriculum
Rosie Scholl (Buranda State School) Engaging students in collaborative philosophical inquiry
Dan Smith (Serpell Primary School) Creating a toolbox for thinking – motivating philosophy and transforming school culture
Robert Stevens (NSW Department of Education and Communities) Cultivating flourishing in schools
Panel discussion What contribution can philosophy make to school education?
Downloadable forms below:
Information about past FAPSA conferences. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________