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Issue TTC8.3

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Lasting gains from Philosophy for Children

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01/01/1970
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Big Brum’s thinking theatre

The renowned theatre in education company celebrates 25 years of excellence and launches new programmes for secondary and primary schools

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01/01/1970
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New campaign to get Hackney reading

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01/01/1970
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Subject thinking

Steve Williams introduces the focus of this edition: the interconnection between thinking generally and thinking through the subject areas.

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01/01/1970
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Disciplined dialogues

Diane Swift argues that far from being narrow in scope, traditional subjects such as geography are resources for widening and informing debate about vital issues.

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Perceptions of place

Martin Renton explains how Martin Renton explains how thinking critically about thinking critically about images can improve pupils’ understanding of the world they live in and help break down stereotypes.

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Bonfires, roller coasters and icebergs

Analogies, similes and metaphors, when they are open to analysis, can help teachers and students to make meaning in history. Neil Thompson and Sarah Herrity investigate.

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Creating the past

Tony McConnell shows how creative and critical thinking can lourish in the process of historical interpretation.

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Art without Prescription

Veronica West investigates the possibilities for young children to discover their intentions in the process of making something rather than having the intentions prescribed by a teacher or a task.

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01/01/1970
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Topic work is back!

Anne Keeling reports on how the International Primary Curriculum has given some schools a new lease of life.

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The primary mystery challenge

Advisors Jo Armitage and Rebecca Scott Saunders report on the beneits of a project to help gifted and talented pupils in primary schools write problem-solving scenarios for their peers.

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Intelligent Learning

Can teachers help pupils to think and learn for themselves? Steve Williams introduces a new video-based training package to promote curiosity, independent learning, good dialogue and thinking skills in key stages two and three.

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01/10/2007
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P4C down under

Pat Kaye travels from Suffolk to Buranda School in Brisbane to witness the impact of philosophy for children on teachers and pupils.

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01/01/1970
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