Sharon Kaye gives you permission to try philosophy for kids.
Alexandra Bradner and Andrew P. Mills argue that teaching is a lot more than must telling.
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.
A philosophical education has to go beyond critical thinking, says Jennifer M Morton.
Rodger Jackson on the essence of the student/teacher dynamic.
Peter Worley argues that philosophy in the classroom depends on a skilled facilitator.
Michael Cholbi argues that grading students is philosophically suspect.
Helen de Cruz talks to PhDs who most definitely are not “slumming it”.
Gary Flood investigates a new philosophical phenomenon in schools.