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The handbook is designed to assist teachers in the teaching of philosophy, and in developing skills of inquiry and reasoning in their students, utilising story books. The handbook focuses on twelve stories and includes activities relating to each story. For each story the handbook details the area of philosophy emphasised, philosophical themes to be covered, and activities based on eliciting good questions, exploring concepts and developing reasoning skills.
To assist teachers with planning and curriculum design, two indexes are also included in the handbook - one according to themes and one according to skills. This practical handbook will assist teachers to explore philosophy in the classroom with their students - enabling students to consider issues, to ask questions, to discuss ideas and to gain further insights into their lives, and the lives of others.
These papers were first published in Point and Counterpoints in Curriculum Perspectives over the last two years. The authors, all specialists in their respective areas, provided various perspectives about the successes or otherwise of the phase 1 learning areas.
In total these papers represent extremely valuable ideas and arguments about what has been achieved to date with the Australian curriculum. There are few more vulnerable than refugees, and among the most vulnerable of refugees are young people from Africa.
Schools and teachers are at the front line of resettlement of refugee families. Crossing Borders sets out to inform and clarify issues in relation to the education of African students, and explore some of the ways through which education systems, schools and teachers have developed effective strategies and approaches to meet the needs of their African students.
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