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What is a Question: An activity to inspire curiosity!
Thinking Moves: New metacognition resource from DialogueWorks.
The Extended Mind Activity Pack: A resource for exploring the philosophy of mind and cognition
The Philosophy Man: Hundreds of free P4C resources.
Philosophy Foundation: Fantastic free P4C resources.
The Philosophy Man: P4C Newsletter.
Oxplore: Web-based P4C resources.
Syllabus diversification made easy by Dr Simon Fokt.
SAPERE P4C resources: Now open access!
Cultivating conceptual questions: A guide.
A-Level Philosophy Guides by the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
Epistemology of Education Literature Review by Lani Watson.
Fake News philosophical inquiry for the classroom by Dan Calder.
Tes.com: For teaching philosophy at all levels.
Philosophy for Children 101: The Guardian Teacher Network.
Notes on Higher Philosophy by Colin Price.
Knowledge and Doubt Booklet by Nel MacLachlan.
Study: Evidence for lasting cognitive benefits of primary school philosophy.
Philosophy can teach children what Google can’t: The Guardian.
Why British Pupils Should Study Philosophy by Peter Worley in The Guardian.
“It helps us be a better human”: The Sheffield Telegraph.
Video: How Philosophical Education Serves Society
When it comes to P4C, UK schools could learn a lot from the French: The Guardian.
Merleau-Ponty on the importance of full-body learning: Aeon Magazine.