Teaching for Better thinking

Teaching for Better Thinking: The Classroom Community of Inquiry

Laurance J Splitter & Ann Margaret Sharp

Provides a detailed description of what the discipline of philosophy offers to children and teachers. Building on the intimate connection between thinking and philosophy, the central theme is that when the classroom is transformed into a ‘community of philosophical inquiry’, children develop the ability to think in ways which are more reflective, more judicious and more reasonable. Primarily for teachers, teacher educators and others involved in school level education, but will also appeal to parents, youth workers, religious leaders and academics.

(ACER Press)

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