Media and Moral Education: a philosophy of critical engagement
Laura D’Olimpio argues that philosophical thinking skills support the adoption of an attitude she calls critical perspectivism. To read more Click here.
The book argues that the current oversight of the educational environment not keeping pace with rapid advances in technology, despite the fact that educating students to engage critically and compassionately with others via online media is of the utmost importance. It will be of interest to academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the areas of philosophy of education, philosophy, education, critical theory and communication, film and media studies.
Special Issue: Journal of Philosophy in Schools
Much ink has been spilt on the question of how philosophy might be taught in schools—on the forms of pedagogy appropriate to the subject, the levels of abstraction at which children can think, and the philosophical problems most likely to inspire their interest. Rather less attention has been given to exactly why it should be taught . https://researchonline.nd.edu.au/jps/
The Most Reasonable Answer: Helping Students Build Better Arguments Together
Authors: Alina Reznitskaya and Ian Wilkinson.
The book is based on a strong collaboration among researchers, teachers, and P4C practitioners and offers a rich array of field-tested materials that support teachers in facilitating productive discussions in upper-elementary grades. READ MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK HERE
In Community of Inquiry with Ann Margaret Sharp:
Childhood, Philosophy and Education
Edited by Maughn Rollins Gregory and Megan Jane Laverty.
ICPIC is excited to announce this a long-awaited and much-needed anthology of Sharp’s insightful and influential scholarship, bringing her enduring legacy to new generations of academics, postgraduate students and researchers. READ MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK HERE
Inclusion, Diversity, and Intercultural Dialogue in Young People’s Philosophical Inquiry”
Edited by: Ching-Ching Lin and Lavina Sequeira
Each chapter offers a unique perspective in understanding the place of philosophical inquiry and philosophy in education and prioritizes diversity in the classroom community of inquiry.
READ MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK HERE
Incorporating theoretical perspectives and empirical research, this book provides a rich resource for school teachers and educators who wish to engage diverse learners in philosophical inquiry. In doing so, it reaffirms the value of philosophy education as a proactive approach to democratic education.
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New Issue: Vol 13, No 27 ( 2017)
Look inside the current Table of contents
Childhood and Philosophy is designed to be one of ICPIC’s many voices. In keeping with the lively poly-vocal character of the organization, we publish papers in at least six languages. This practice signifies our commitment, not only to the integrity of each piece of work in its mother tongue, but to our hopes for an increasing capacity amongst readers to work in multiple languages. Continue reading
Exploring the Practices and Challenges of Conducting
Research in Philosophy for/with Children
Two ICPIC Pre-conference Seminars
June, 26th – June 28th, 2017, La Corrala. Madrid.
ICPIC comes of age as a research community
Over the past 40 years there has been a growing body of research in Philosophy for/with Children, yet building a research community within the P4C and ICPIC communities is still in its infancy. This ICPIC conference we are seeking to strengthen this field by putting research front and forward. ICPIC is creating new opportunities for the Philosophy for Children community to find out what has been happening in the field of research, engage with questions around research, draw in new voices and strengthen the research community within p4c worldwide.
We are offering two exciting pre-conference seminars on research
leading up to the ICPIC conference:
Investigating approaches to research on the practice of philosophy in educational environments.
- A two and a half day seminar, June 26th-28th (starts 9:00am 26/6, finishes 1:30pm 28/6)
Whether you are an experienced hand at philosophy for children or new to the field, if you are curious about the growing field of research in P4C and want to find out what people are doing and the kind of questions facing the design and implementation of research in p4c, this seminar is designed for you. The seminar is designed around 3 strands: (i) questions in the philosophy of research; (ii) research methods in P4C; (iii) case studies. For more information go to: Further pre-conference seminar information
The seminar is run in conjunction with UAM University and the Center for Philosophy for Children in Spain. We are excited to let you know that there is an option to take this as a certificate course worth 2ECTS credit from UAM. Scholarships are being offered by UAM and ICPIC – scholarship criteria are listed on the registration and scholarship form.
Advanced Conversations in P4C research*
- A one day gathering for experienced researchers in P4C, June 28th (9:00am-4:30pm)
This Advanced seminar day is organized primarily to (i) initiate conversation around the ‘meta-questions’ facing researchers in P4C (theoretical/conceptual and practical/empirical research), (ii) connect experienced researchers, postgraduate students and practitioner researchers around the world in a P4C research community*, and (iii) establish a clear sense of ‘next steps’ to continue this conversation in future forums. For more information go to: Further pre-conference seminar information
*N.B: If you are new to the field of research in P4C, the Investigating Approaches to Research seminar is a pre-requisite for participation in the Advanced conversations seminar. For more information go to: Further pre-conference seminar information
Forms in PDF
Award For Excellence in Interpreting Philosophy for Children
The ICPIC community offers an award of US$200 to the winning submission in an essay competition. ICPIC AWARD 2016
Closing Date: August 8th, 2016
Mind, Cuture and Activity
Special Issue: Engaged Philosophical Inquiry
A new Special Issue of the journal Mind, Culture, and Activity has just been published on Engaged Philosophical Inquiry . You’ll see many authors’ names that you recognize and a few that will be new to you! The publishers have generously made two articles available free of charge from November 1st. They can be downloaded from the journal website. For those with access to Academic journals through a university, the whole issue is of course available through their university library. For any inquiries, please contact Barbara Weber through the ICPIC membership list on our website.
Philosophical Enquiry Advancing Cosmopolitan Education
Over the past 3 years Philosophy for Children centers in Italy, Spain, Austria and Israel have been collaborating in a project seeking to address the problem of children at the risk of exclusion through Philosophical Inquiry.
The emphasis of the PEACE project has been on designing, testing and validating a new P4C curriculum focused on cosmopolitan engagement and intercultural dialogue. We see PEACE impacting teachers educational practices, by giving educators specialized professional development, new teaching strategies and materials, and by improving the reasoning and relational skills of children. Through making the new pedagogical strategies, curriculum and educational resources available to other contexts and countries, the scope of PEACE will be widened and cosmopolitan awareness will be promoted.
The ultimate aim of PEACE is to disseminate to the widest possible section of society the idea that it is possible to contribute to the development of a cosmopolitan orientation and engagement amongst future citizens through dedicated educational tools and practices.
To read more about this project, please visit the PEACE website. The curriucum we developed is free to download – please enjoy using it! However, if you are not already trained in Philosophy for Children methodology, we strongly urge you to seek training through your local Center or independent trainer before you implement the curriculum. A list of international centers is available on this website under “About” in the top scroll down menu. You can also access it by clicking here.