THE COMMUNITY

OF INQUIRY

JOURNAL

     
   

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VITERBO UNIVERSITY

LA CROSSE, WI

     
                 
 
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VOLUME 17 (1997-1996)

 
    No.1  
 
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- A commentary on Laura Purdy's In Their Best Interest?

   Matthew Lipman   1 - 4

 - What Kind of Ethical Education will Serve our Future Needs? 

   Pekka Elo & Juha Savolainen  5 - 10

 - Working with the Graduate Students at the I.A.P.C

   Ruth E. Silver   11 - 16

 - Moral Reasoning as Part of a Primary School Programme     

   Cath Milvain   17 - 28

 - Philosophical Inquiry, Promoting Thinking in Tertiary

   Education

   Sarah Redshaw   29 - 33

 - Heraclitus and the Community of Inquiry  

   Walter Koran   34 - 43

 - Talking it Over Beats the Bullies, Confronting Social Issues in

   Australian Classrooms

   Susan Wilks   44 - 47

 - Learning to Philosophise and to Argue, A thinking Skills

   Programme for Children

   Patrick J.M Costello  48 - 53 

- Can Trees Be Happy?

   Kevin Luby and Wendy C. Turgeon  54 - 58

- Education for Global Citizenship

  Philip Guin   59 - 62

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Discussing Discussions, A Review of "Using Discussion in

   Classrooms"

   Tim Sprod   63 - 66

 
       
         
 
    No.2
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 - Conversing Across Communities: Relativism and Difference

   Christina Slade   67 - 76

 - Community, Alteridad* and Difference, The Voices of

   difference

   Fabian Gimenez   77 - 85

 - Community and Hermeneutic Rationality

   Gabriela Traverso   86 - 92

 - Philosophy and Community in Education, a critique of Richard

   Rorty

   Michael Schleifer   93 - 100

 - Philosophy: A Potential Gender Blender

   Susan T. Gardner   101 - 111

 - Wondering  

   Clive Lindop   112 - 114

 - Find the Poles in 'Blue Poles'

   Christina Slade and Maryanne del Gigante   115 - 122

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Making Politics Thinkable

   Brian Knutson and Keith Knutson   123 - 127

Strategies for Classroom Inquiry

   Berise Heasly   128

         

 

 
 

VOLUME 16 (1996-1995)

 
 
   No.1  
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 -
Thought and Talk, Some Reflections from 'Pixie" - Chapter 2

   Clive Lindop   1 - 3

 - Turning to the Language of Relationship in Student Teaching  

   Annabelle Slocum   4 - 11

 - Playing for Stakes, Grading and Evaluation in the Teaching of

   English 

   Ann Vilbert   12 - 20

 - Philosophy for Children Teachers as Collaborative Researchers

   Michael Scheleifer, Pierre Lebuis, Anita Caron, Marie-France

   Daniel   21 - 24

 - Teaching from the Heart, Towards a Practice of Liberatory

   Education in Sociology

   Ronnie Leah   37 - 49

 - Thinking Well? According to Whom?

   Susan Wilks   50 - 54

BOOK REVIEWS

Sophie's World, A Novel Ambivalence...  

   Marjory Lange   55 - 56

 -Sophie's World: If this is Tuesday, it must be Spinoza  

   Pieter Mostert   56 - 60

 - Sophie's World: Text and the Modern Student

   Tom Thibodeau   61

 - A Radical Democratic Critique of Capitalist Education

   Felix Garcia Moriyon   62 - 63

 
   
 
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 - Philosophical Discussion Plans and Exercises

   Matthew Lipman   64 - 77

 - What is Said/ Not Said in Community of Inquiry

   Ruth Silver   78 - 80

 - Community of Inquiry in Mathematics for Higher Education

   Louise LaFortune, Marie-France Daniel, Richard Pallascio and

   Piere Sykes   81 - 89

 - Teaching Training in Physical Education, Towards a rationale for

   a Socio-constructivist Approach

   Marie-France Daniel   90 - 101

 - Inquiry is no Mere Conversation (or Discussion or Dialogue)

   Facilitation of Inquiry is Hard Work!

   Susan Gardner   102 - 111

 - Searching for Meaning in Teacher Training

   Monica Velasco   112 - 115

 - Ordinary Language Analysis in Teaching the Philosophy of

   Education

   Steven I. Miller   116 - 120

 BOOK REVIEWS

A Revolution in the Classroom, A Review of Una Otra Mirada:

   Ninas y Ninos pensando en America Latina

   James Rogers   121 - 123

- Teaching Children to Learn: In-Service Without Plastic Clackers

   Mack Hall   124 - 125

   
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