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VOLUME 21 (2002-2001)

 
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 - The Web Wanderer

   Jen Glaser 1 - 4

 - The Didactics of Emotion Education

   Kristjan Kristjansson 5 - 15

 - Some Active Alternatives to Reading in Philosophy for

   Children

   David A. Shapiro 16 - 23

 - Teaching Freedom

   Susan T. Gardner 24 - 33

 - The Difficulty of Walking the Talk in Teacher Education

   Christine Gehrett 34 - 43

 - Literacy: Constructing Meaning Through Philosophical Inquiry

   Jo, Seon-Hee 44 - 52

 - The Status of Rational Norms: a Pragmatist Perspective

   Maughn Gregory 53 - 64

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Philosophy for Children in Native America: A Post-Colonial

   Critique

   Nell Rainville 65 - 77

 - Geography as Human Activity

   Gregory Wegner   78 - 83

 

 
       
         
   
    No.2
 
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 - The Web Wanderer

   Jen Glaser 84 - 86

 - The Community of Inquiry: A Survey of Traditional Classroom and

   Webcourse Application

   Kory Swanson and Karen Hornsby 87 - 105

 - Philosophy for Children In the Middle Years of Schooling: Findings

   from a Year Seven Case Study

   May Leckey 106 - 126

- Philosophically Counseling Children

   Peter B. Raabe 127 - 130

 - The Coolest Subject on the Planet’ How Philosophy Made its Way

   in Ontario’s High Schools

   David A. Jopling131 - 139

 - Emotional Intelligence: Does Philosophy Have a Part to Play?

   Ann Gazzard 140 - 150

 - Does Philosophy for Children Belong in School at All?

Jana Mohr Lone 151 - 156

BOOK REVIEWS

 - A Deepessay

   Andreas Thelander Bertelsen and Per Jespersen 157 - 163

 - Developing a Classroom Culture of Thinking

   Mia O’Brien 164-166

 - Opening Time for Communities

   Mike Cross 167 - 172

 - A Viewer and a Voyeur

   Trevor Curnow 173 - 174

         
 
 

VOLUME 20 (2001-2000)

 
 
   No.1  
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 - The Philosopher’s Island: A Review of Websites Promoting

   Philosophical Inquiry

   Jen Glaser 1 - 3

 - Exploring Moral Action in the Context of the Dilemmas of

   Young Adulthood

   John M. Whiteley 4 - 25

 - Growing Demands for Skills and Knowledge: Learning and

   the Development of Expertise in the Information

   SocietyJarkko Makinen, Erkki Olkinuora and Paivi Tynjala

   26 - 39

 - Thinking for Oneself and with Others

   David Kennedy 40 - 45

 - Evolution of Pupil’s Attitudes to Mathematics When Using a

   Philosophical Approach

   Louise Lafortune, Marie-France Daniel, Richard Pallascio and

   Michael Schleifer 46 - 63

 - The City: Grazing Lands for our Schools

   Eulalia Bosch 64 - 66

 - Redemptional Pedagogics

   Per Jespersen 67 - 73

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Self-Help Philosophy

   Eric Manchester 74 - 79

 - Philosophy Incarnate

   Larry D. Harwood 80 - 83

 
   
 
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 - The Web Wanderer

   Jen Glaser 84 - 87

 - Philosophy of Mathematics in the Classroom

   Maria Teresa de la Garza, Christina Slade, and Marie-France 

   Daniel 88 - 104

 - Philosophy for Children: An Alternative to Re-signify the

   Educative Experience

   Monica Velasco A. 105 - 118

 - Analytic Teaching Using Rational Choice Theory

   Steven I. Miller 119 - 126

 - Multiple Faces of Evil: Our Human Response

   Lyon Evans, Larry Harwood, Mary Hassinger, Ward Jones, 

   Richard Morehouse, and Edward Kondracki 127 - 154

 - The How of Thinking: The Secrets of Neuro-Linguistic

   Programming

   Marjorie Rosenberg 155 - 158

 - What is the deepest? A Deepessay

   Andreas Thelander Bertelsen and Per Jespersen 159 - 166

BOOK REVIEWS

 - The Attack of the Blob: hannah Arendt’s Concept of the Social  

   Brian Knutson 167 - 171

 

   
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