100 Ideas: QUICK - EASY - INSPIRED - OUTSTANDING How do you teach a subject that has no 'right' answers? Philosophical and ethical concepts can be overwhelming to students who have not encountered them before, and complex arguments can be difficult to navigate. John L. Taylor's brand new book will help you to engage your class and have them reading, writing, talking and thinking philosophically. Starting with introductory ideas such as 'a guided tour of philosophy land', the book moves on to: ideas for stimulating and managing student discussions and debates; guidance for effective research; and methods to support students with their essays, presentations and projects. There are also tips for getting the best out of quieter students, and ideas for taking philosophy beyond the classroom. Hashtags and websites providing resources to enliven your classes are included throughout the book.However, project work, whether in the form of qualifications such as the Extended Project, the IB Extended Essay or something ... These can take them in a number of directions: They could explore an entirely new topic a (for example, if theiranbsp;...
|Title||:||100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Teaching Philosophy and Ethics|
|Author||:||John L. Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-11-20|