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VOLUME 19 (2000-1999)

 
    No.1  
 
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 - Thinking of Ron Reed

   1 - 5

 - Phenomenology: A Personal Statement

   Ronald F. Reed 6 - 14

 - P4C in Preservice Teacher Education: Difficulties and

   Successes Encountered in Two Research Projects

   Marie-France Daniel 15 - 28

 - A Behavioral Pedagogy for the Community of Inquiry

   Maughn Gregory 29 - 37

 - Improving Teacher Education Students’ Ethical Thinking Using

   the Community of Inquiry Approach

   Mark Freakley and Gilbert Burgh 38 - 45

 - Thinking Through Technology: Frankenstein’s Problem (or:

   How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology)

   Shari Poppen 46 - 53

 - Is it Really a Question of Preference? Philosophy Specific or

   Non-Philosophy Specific Teaching Materials

   Joyce I. Korczak Fields 54 - 68

 - Using Perspective and Brief Writing Applications to

   Facilitate Dimensions Fundamental to Teaching for Active

   Learning: An Integrated Approach to Teacher Training in

   Critical Thinking 7-12

   Phyllis Fahrie Edelson and Gerard Vallone 69 - 77

 - Truth: In Ethics and Else Where

   Susan T. Gerdner 78 - 88

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Doing Philosophy

   Eric Boos 89 - 91

 
       
         
   
    No.2
            Contents Cover  
       

 

 - Critical Thinking for Pupils with Special Education Needs:

   Indulgence or Necessity?

   Maggie Bowen 92 - 98

 - Empathy, Intuition and the Development of Expertise in

   Teaching

   Gavin Fairbairn 99 - 105

 - Some Paradoxes of Reflective Thinking

   Nicholas P. Power 106 - 113

 - Children Waiting Philosophy for ‘‘100’’  

   Joeri Folman and Berrie Hessen 114 - 123

 - Development of the Children’s Thinking and the Reform of

   Education in China: A Pioneering International Workshop on

   Philosophy for Children in Kunming, China

   Liao Boquin and Deng Peng 124 - 128

 - Thinking About Asia: The Study of Asian Cultures Using a

   Philosophical Inquiry Approach

   Susan Wilks and Brenda Cherednichenko 129 - 137

 - Examining Racism in Australian Classrooms Though

   Philosophical Inquiry  

   Janette Reimerink 138 - 144

 - A Coky Man

   Per Jespersen 145 - 151

         
 
 

VOLUME 18 (1999-1998)

 
 
   No.1  
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 -
An Interview with Matthew Lipman

   Eulalia Bosch, trans. by Manuela Gomez 1 - 4

 - Where did Einstein’s Ideas Come From?

   Janette Poulton 5 - 15

 - Stories for Thinking  

   Robert Fisher 16 - 27

 - Living the life of THE GAME

   Gavin J. Fairbairn 28 - 36

 - Children, Philosophy and Experience

   Joyce C. Bellous 37 - 42

 - “Children, Philosophy and Democracy”

   Richard Morehouse 43 - 48

 - A Response to Morehouse and Bellous  

   John P. Portelli 49 - 52

 -Lost Times/Recovered Times

   Ronald F. Reed 53 - 57

 - An Instructional Manual to Accompany Natalie Babbit’s “Tuck

   Everlasting”  58 - 110

BOOK REVIEW

 - Confronting Fear and Prejudice in Math and Science

   Mary Tiles 111 - 113

   
   
 
   No.2  
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 - ‘A most Peculiar Education’

   Gareth Vaughan Williams 1-4

 - The Cultured Teacher: Priorities in Training

   Michael J. Law 5-9

 - European and Language Awareness Education for Teachers

   Witold Tulasiewicz 10-17

 - Holistic Postgraduate Learning: Evaluation of a UK-based

   Innovation

   Anna Craft 18-30

 - Teaching “Distinctions” to Undergraduates in the Philosophy of

   the Social Sciences

   Steven I. Miller 31-36

 - From Effective Teacher Training in Critical Thinking to Effective

   Classroom Teaching in Critical Thinking

   Phyllis Fahrie Edelson and Gerard Vallone 37-43

 - John of Salisbury: An Argument for Philosophy within Education

   Wendy C. Turgeon 44-52

 - Beneath the Skin: Philosophy of the Naturals

   Ronald Reed 53-57

 - Of Tolerance

   Don Fawkes 58-60

 - Processes of Justice in Community

   Mary T. Sheerin 61-64

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Sharpening Intellectual Tools

   Robert Fisher 65-69

  

   
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