Whether you are working with school pupils, students or adults, philosophy offers the opportunity to develop thinking skills that have both personal and academic application. And, contrary to popular belief, you do not need to be super-intelligent, or living in an ivory tower to do it!
Pictures are a very useful way to facilitate philosophical questions and this collection of images and question suggestions provide an ideal stimulus to provoke reflection and debate.
Images include cartoon bomb, danger sign, cute puppy, moon landing and a footprint in the sand.
Includes a comprehensive instruction booklet. Suitable for all ages, from 5 to 95.
Introducing philosophical discussions to your group will challenge how participants think about themselves and each other, as well as the world around them.
Pauline Purcell is a writer and educational consultant. Pauline recently worked as a Gifted & Talented Consultant for the DCSF Excellence in Cities Programme. She has a background in school management, and taught all age groups. She is a successful trainer and an Oxford Brookes University Associate Tutor. She is a produced playwright and published resource pack writer.