Websites for Philosophical Inquiry in the Classroom
There are many educational support sites. Here is an initial
collection of sites which could be used or adapted for philosophical
inquiry. Some are from colleges or universities, others are
independent and some invite participation, while others provide
background material and support. More about Philosophy for Children.
The popular Internet-based contest for young people thinking about philosophical issues.
Sponsored by Thomas Wartenberg of Mount Holyoke College, this site offers some excellent material for use with younger children.
Gareth Matthews contributes to this wonderful site with material to use with young children.
This Montclair University website is sponsored by the birthplace of Matthew Lipman's Philosophy for Children Program.
While this site does not offer any material, you can find some innovative statements concerning philosophical inquiry with young people.
As the title indicates, this site takes you to the work done in New Zealand and offers a number of resources and further links.
This site provides information about the international organization dedicated to philosophical inquiry with children and young people.
This site, based in Washington state, offers links and information about philosophical inquiry.
Sponsored by UNICEF, this site offers a rich array of material for teachers and students.
A site sponsored by the United Nations on the world-wide status of children and their rights.
To learn more about Philosophy for Children, please continue reading here.