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eBook Philosophy Goes To School ePub
Author: Matthew Lipman
Language: English
ISBN: 0877225559
ISBN13: 978-0877225553
Publisher: Temple University Press; Good condition. ISBN 0877225559. 228pp. Presents a edition (May 10, 1988)
Pages: 250
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Ten years ago Philosophy in the Classroom, by Lipman, Sharp, and Oscanyan, hailed the emergence of philosophy as a. .Philosophy Goes To School Good condition. by. Matthew Lipman (Author).

Ten years ago Philosophy in the Classroom, by Lipman, Sharp, and Oscanyan, hailed the emergence of philosophy as a novel. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. ISBN-13: 978-0877225553.

Philosophy Goes To School book. Examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has.

Author note: Matthew Lipman, Professor of Philosophy at Montclair State College and Director of the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children, i.Philosophy Study and teaching (Elementary.

In this sequel, Matthew Lipman examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has had, and may yet have, upon the process of education. Philosophy Goes To School - Matthew Lipman. Going beyond his earlier work to describe the contribution that training in philosophy can make in the teaching of values, he shows the applications of ethics in civics education and the ways in which aesthetics can be incorporated into areas of the curriculum related to the development of creativity.

Matthew Lipman, creator of the philosophy for children movement, during . Matthew Lipman was born on Aug. 24, 1923, in Vineland, . Directed at 10-year-olds, the book uses classroom dramas to teach the laws of logic.

Matthew Lipman, creator of the philosophy for children movement, during a classroom discussion in an undated photo. He studied at several universities, earning his bachelor’s and doctoral degrees from Columbia, where he taught for 19 years.

Matthew Lipman (August 24, 1923 in Vineland, New Jersey – December 26, 2010 in West Orange, New Jersey) is recognized as the founder of Philosophy for Children. His decision to bring philosophy to young people came from his experience as a professor at Columbia University, where he witnessed underdeveloped reasoning skills in his students. His interest was particularly on developing reasoning skills by teaching logic

Ten years ago Philosophy in the Classroom, by Lipman, Sharp, and Oscanyan, hailed the emergence of philosophy as a.Examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has had upon the process of education

Ten years ago Philosophy in the Classroom, by Lipman, Sharp, and Oscanyan, hailed the emergence of philosophy as a novel, although in some ways highly traditional,. Examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has had upon the process of education. This sequel to Philosophy in the Classroom describes the contribution that training in philosophy can make in the teaching of values, and shows the applications of ethics in civics education.

In this sequel, Matthew Lipman examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has had, and may yet have, upon the . Going beyond his earlier work to describe the contribution that training in philosophy can make in the teaching of values, he shows the applications of ethics in civics education and the ways in which aesthetics can be incorporated into areas of the curriculum related to the development of creativity

Lipman, Matthew, Philosophy Goes to School (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988) Elfie (Upper Montclair, NJ: Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children, 1988).

Lipman, Matthew, Philosophy Goes to School (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988) Elfie (Upper Montclair, NJ: Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children, 1988) Thinking in Education (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991) Pixie and the Relationship Between Cognitive Modelling and Cognitive Practice, in Studies in Philosophy For Children: Pixie, e.

Ten years ago Philosophy in the Classroom, by Lipman, Sharp, and Oscanyan, hailed the emergence of philosophy as a novel, although in some ways highly traditional, elementary school discipline. In this sequel, Matthew Lipman examines the impact that elementary school philosophy has had, and may yet have, upon the process of education. Going beyond his earlier work to describe the contribution that training in philosophy can make in the teaching of values, he shows the applications of ethics in civics education and the ways in which aesthetics can be incorporated into areas of the curriculum related to the development of creativity.

Making reference to the contemporary educational scene, Lipman compares the K-12 Philosophy for Children curriculum to the many unsatisfactory solutions being offered in our current drive for educational excellence. He addresses the relationship of elementary school philosophy to educational reform in the areas of science, language, social studies, and writing. And he shows how philosophy can be instrumental in the difficult task of teaching values to children while avoiding both ideological indoctrination and mindless relativism.

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