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by Kim Doner,Christopher Phillips

eBook The Philosophers' Club ePub
Author: Kim Doner,Christopher Phillips
Language: English
ISBN: 1582460396
ISBN13: 978-1582460390
Publisher: Tricycle Press (March 1, 2004)
Pages: 44
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 100
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ePub file: 1891 kb
Fb2 file: 1900 kb

Christopher Phillips (Author), Kim Doner (Illustrator). They will need to read other background philosophy books to even understand what Mr. Phillips is attempting because "The Philosophers' Club" reads like the conclusion of a unit Mr. Phillips taught

Christopher Phillips (Author), Kim Doner (Illustrator). Phillips taught. However, I applaud his efforts to teach children the deeper meaning of wisdom, how to think, how to ask questions, how to discuss potential answers, and how not to take things for granted. All of his goals are worthy. Here are just a few books that could be used in conjuction with "The Philosophers' Club.

The Philosophers' Club book. Kim Doner (Illustrator). Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Philosophers' Club. by. Christopher Phillips (Goodreads Author), Kim Doner (Illustrator).

Christopher Phillips (born July 15, 1959) is an American author, educator, consultant, lecturer, and pro-democracy advocate. He is best known for his 2001 book Socrates Café

Christopher Phillips (born July 15, 1959) is an American author, educator, consultant, lecturer, and pro-democracy advocate. He is best known for his 2001 book Socrates Café. Public Radio International called Phillips the "Johnny Appleseed of Philosophy. Phillips's latest book A Child At Heart: Unlocking Your Creativity, Curiosity and Reason at Every Age and Stage of Life was published in March 2018.

Philosophy Resources for Homeschoolers. The Philosophers' Club, by Christopher Phillips. Join our monthly open discussion based on the book by Christopher Phillips. Exchange thoughtful ideas and personal philosophies using the Socratic method. Bring only an open mind and a penchant for intelligent conversation.

Browse books by Christopher Phillips. by Christopher Phillips and Kim Doner. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Christopher Phillips has Collaborated With.

An illustrated book for kids leading thinkers of all ages on a thoughtful and thought-filled quest for knowledge. It aims to help young children mull over some of life's big questions anytime, anywhere.

Our first two series are "Philosophers' Club" and "Days of Wonder. All questions featured are ones our youngest thinkers have posed. ly as they are timeless.

The Philosophers' Club by Christopher Phillips. Q is for Quark by David Schwartz. Rainbows, Head Lice, and Pea-Green Tile by Brod Bagert. White Bead Ceremony by Sherrin Watkins. Texas Reading Club 2010 Programming Manual, Catch the Reading Express! Published by the Library Development Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. Page last modified: June 14, 2011.

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What is silence? What is wisdom? How do you know you're here? Socratic dialogue—for kids? At least the answer to this last question is an easy, resounding Yes! The rest you'll have to think about and discuss with your friends, which is just what philosopher Christopher Phillips is hoping for. He has long been leading thinkers of all ages on a thoughtful and thought-filled quest for knowledge, and this picturebook models for young children that mulling over some of life's big questions can be done anytime, anywhere. A finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award in the design/illustration category. • A novel teacher resource.• Educators, please visit our Resources section, above, for teaching guides and curricula. 
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"The Philosophers' Club" is a fantastic effort to lead students into a thinking mode. Christopher Phillips took his text from his own teaching experience with students. Sort of text out of context. If another classroom or homeschool teacher or parent wants to adapt this text per se, I think they will have difficulty. They will need to read other background philosophy books to even understand what Mr. Phillips is attempting because "The Philosophers' Club" reads like the conclusion of a unit Mr. Phillips taught. However, I applaud his efforts to teach children the deeper meaning of wisdom, how to think, how to ask questions, how to discuss potential answers, and how not to take things for granted. All of his goals are worthy.

Here are just a few books that could be used in conjuction with "The Philosophers' Club." After all, one needs a text to have a context! One needs information before a club can be established.

Young Person's Guide to Philosophy
The Examined Life: Advanced Philosophy for Kids
Wise Guy: The Life and Philosophy of Socrates
Philosophy and the Young Child (Harvard Paperbacks)
Ballalune
I am beginning a philosophers club this year in the middle school. This will be part of my readaloud to get things started.
Fog
I am eager to try this book with some of my classes, but I haven't used it yet. I like the format - first he takes you through a discussion of a particular question and then he asks a lot of related questions. I have been looking for a book that would help children explore significant questions about their world. This may help.
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