This week, a link to a new resource on the ethics of climate change developed by fellow P4C practitioner Lukasz Krzywon (www.creativetogether.ie) with Green-Schools Ireland.  The Ethics of Climate Change Ethics of Climate Change Toolkit – A Classroom Enquiry explores moral problems related to climate change using critical, collaborative, and creative thinking. “The idea behind the…

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Some of us will have touched on the coronavirus pandemic in our P4C. We’ve shared a few thoughts on philosophising about the topic (TLDR: don’t shove it down their throats; let them opt-in instead) and also sent plenty of bulletins about facilitating within the restrictions – find them all on our blog.  Regardless of what we try, it’s super important that children…

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This week, a musing on gratitude inspired by an Ancient Egyptian rite called “The Five Gifts of Hathor”. Hathor was a goddess of the sky, fertility and agriculture. To ward off ingratitude, which was seen as the gateway sin to anger and rebellion, initiates were asked to look at their left hand and associate each digit…

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