Sharon Kaye gives you permission to try philosophy for kids.
Doing Philosophy as Teaching Philosophy
Alexandra Bradner and Andrew P. Mills argue that teaching is a lot more than must telling.
Philosophy, Academic Philosophy, and Philosophy for Children
Michael Lacewing on the different guises of philosophy, and what teaching tells us about them.
David W Concepción considers the transformative power of learning philosophy.
Issue 69 Forum: introduction
Philosophy as an Antidote to Injustice
A philosophical education has to go beyond critical thinking, says Jennifer M Morton.
Rodger Jackson on the essence of the student/teacher dynamic.
How to Philosophise with Children
Peter Worley argues that philosophy in the classroom depends on a skilled facilitator.
Issue 69: introduction from the editor
Michael Cholbi argues that grading students is philosophically suspect.
Philosophers Who Found Success Outside the Academy
Helen de Cruz talks to PhDs who most definitely are not “slumming it”.
A Marathon for the Mind
Gary Flood investigates a new philosophical phenomenon in schools.