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Benade, Leon. NZ. (56) An assessment of the use of philosophy for children (p4c) in a New Zealand classroom: can narrative methodology solve the practitioner-researcher problem?
Besley, Tina. USA. (53) Philosophy, education and the corruption of youth—from Socrates to Islamic extremists. PDF/ Word
Bleazby, Jennifer. VIC. (19) How classroom communities of philosophical inquiry may support effective e-learning.
Clark, John. NZ. (59) Winch on learning.
DeCesare, Anthony. USA. (39) High school philosophy, then and now: A surge of interest in the teaching of philosophy in American high schools from 1954-1968 and new possibilities for today. PDF/ Word
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Doddington, Christine. UK. (34) The pedagogic art of philosophy. PDF/ Word
Ergas, Oren. Israel. (24) Embodying philosophy through the yogic posture: Towards the healing of the philosophy/life dichotomy. PDF/ Word
Farquhar, Sandy. NZ. (55) Children’s well-being in education.
Fitzsimons, Peter. NZ. (50) Schools and the limits of philosophy. PDF/ Word
Freeman-Moir, John. NZ. (9) Crafting experience: William Morris, John Dewey and Utopia.
Gibbons, Andrew. NZ. (5) Where the child things are: Philosophy, children and questions concerning happiness in education.
Griffiths, Morwenna. UK. (16) Rethinking the relevance of philosophy of education for educational policy making. PDF/ Word
Hassan, Aminuddin, Nur Syuhada Jamaludin, Tajularipin Sulaiman and Roselan Baki . Malaysia. (6) Western and Eastern educational philosophies. PDF/ Word
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Johansson, Viktor. Sweden. (38) “I am scared too”: Literature, ethics without moral concepts and the fear of schooling in Garmann’s Summer. PDF/Word
Kim, Minkang. NSW. (29) Teaching moral philosophy in schools: Dynamic systems theory, teacher education & the issue of universality versus cultural diversity. PDF/ Word
Knight, Sue and Carol Collins. QLD. (45) What must teacher education programmes do to open teachers’ minds to philosophy? PDF/ Word
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Lu, Szu-Yu. Taiwan. (58) Exploration of earth literacy and thinking of ecological ethics for children.
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Pearce, Jacob. VIC. (15) The importance of an historical, text-based year 12 philosophy course.
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Saeverot, Herner. Norway. (17) Bildung, God and the ethical school. PDF/ Word
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Splitter, Laurance. Hong Kong. (57) Analytic philosophy goes to school: Davidson on dialogue, truth and mind.
Stewart, Georgina. NZ. (21) Kaupapa Maori philosophy and schools. PDF/ Word
Stolz, Steven. QLD. (7) On justifying justifications of sport and physical education: Are there good reasons for the inclusion of sport and physical education within educational institutions? PDF/ Word
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Thompson Greg. WA. (32) Modulating power and ‘new weapons’: Taking aim at the ‘education revolution’. PDF/Word
Thompson, Greg and Tomaž Lašic. WA. (20) That’s not for our kids: The strange death of philosophy and ethics in a low socioeconomic secondary school. PDF/ Word
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Winch, Christopher. UK. (4) For philosophy of education in teacher education. PDF/ Word