Jane Simister describes how staff at one school set about planning to develop thinking across the curriculum.
What Should I Do
Can young children cope with moral dilemmas? Joanna Haynes puts dilemma training to the test
Creativity And Praise
Rupert Wegerif asks if creativity is real or just a social label
But why? Developing philosophical thinking in the classroom Teaching Children to Learn: beyond flat–packs and fine words Strategies that work: teaching comprehension to advance understanding and Thinkers
Simple Gifts (open access article)
Julie Winyard visits Professor Mathew Lipman founder of the Philosophy for Children movement. The interview is introduced and concluded by Robert Fisher
Plato inspires John Waters to offer teachers and students an educational philosohy of the head chest and body
Lee Pace explains how staff at his school take time to teach thinking and plan for creativity.
Developing curious minds
Steve Williams suggests strategies for enabling students to ask good questions.