Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis – Vol 37 No 1 (Dec, 9th, 2016)

Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis – Vol 37 No 1 (Dec, 9th, 2016)
This latest Issue out now:
The six articles that make up the current issue cover a range of issues, both practical and applied, germane to philosophy for children and the community of inquiry in particular.  Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis (ATPP) is a peer-reviewed, open access academic journal published out of Viterbo University (La Crosse, WI) dedicated to exploring the deeper philosophical and ethical implications of education. The mission of Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis is to provide a forum for academics, researchers and educators interested in the critical interplay between the disciplines of philosophy and education, in both their theoretical and practical modes. The journal continues the previous focus of Analytic Teaching on Philosophy for Children and the Community of Inquiry, while seeking to expand and deepen the dialogue between philosophy and education.

Current Issue:  Vol 37 No 1 (2016) Published: 2016-12-09
Editor’s Notes: Jason Howard
The Effects of Participation in a P4C Program on Australian Elementary School Students, Chadi Youssef, Marilyn Campbell, Donna Tangen, pp.1-19

Sharing Space with Other Animals: Early Childhood Education, Engaged Philosophical Inquiry, and Sustainability, Margaret MacDonald, Warren Bowen, pp.20-29

Philosophy, Pedagogy and Personal Identity: Listening to The Teachers in PFC
Geoff Baker, Andy Fisher, pp.30-38

Your Feelings Are Wrong, Stephen Miller, pp.39-45

Shared Autonomous Reasoning: Interpretations of Habermasian Discourse for The Community of Philosophical Inquiry, Natalie M. Fletcher, pp.46-62

Contextualizing Community of Inquiry as a Democratic Educational Environment within a Wider View of Other Progressive Educational Approaches, Richard Morehouse, pp. 63-76

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