Step Reckoning: what philosophy has to do with mathematical reasoning

Article by Peter Worley published in Primary Mathematics - a journal of The Mathematical Association.

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Ariadne's Clew: Absence and presence in the facilitation of philosophical conversations

Article by Peter Worley published in the Journal of Philosophy in Schools.

Open Thinking Closed Questioning

Article by Peter Worley published in the Journal of Philosophy in Schools.

If it, anchor it, open it up, a closed questioning technique

Written for and included in The Socratic Handbook: Methods and Manuals for Applied Ethics and Philosophical Practice edited by Michael Noah Weiss and published by Lit Publishing.

A Closed Guided Questioning Technique

Once Upon an If: Conversations and Controversies

Conversations and controversies looks at the nature of philosophical questions and distinguishes them from pseudo-philosophical questions by identifying controversy as the key component.

Originally included in Once Upon an If, this paper is now available online here and on the Bloomsbury companion website

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Philosophy in philosophy in schools

Article by Peter Worley published in Think.

The Virtues of Thinking

Article by Peter Worley published in Discourse.

The Virtues of Thinking

Tomorrow's Teacher: Learning from the past

Article by Peter Worley published in Visions of the Future as one of the winning entries for Teachers' TV competition Tomorrow's Teacher.

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If understanding and well-being are central to education then philosophy must be taught in schools

An opinion piece written for the Times Educational Supplement by Peter Worley available from the TES website.

Happily Ever After: using children’s stories to teach philosophy and ethics

Article by Peter Worley published in The Guardian Teacher Network.

How to use the enduring power of Greek myths in your classroom

Article by Peter Worley published in The Guardian Teacher Network.

Move Over Socrates: a practical guide to teaching poetry with philosophy

Article by Peter Worley published in The Guardian Teacher Network.

The Question X

Article by Peter Worley published in Creative Teaching and Learning in 2013.

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A few articles from the Innovate My School website

How to introduce critical thinking skills into your classroom

Link to the article here.

Being wrong in the right way

Link to the article here.

Improving Writing through dialogue

Link to the article here.

The absent teacher: preapring children for the real world

Link to the article here.

Socratic Irony in the classroom: Clouseau or Columbo?

Link to the article here.

Articles from online magazine: Aeon

Should children do philosophy?

Link to the article here.

What primary school children can teach academic philosophers

Link to the article here.

Why use stories for doing philosophy with children

Article published on the Bloomsbury Education blog detailing Peter Worley's Hokey Kokey method.

How could the teaching of 'tricky questions' be improved in schools?

Article by Peter Worley published on the London RE Hub.

Articles written by other Philosophy Foundation specialists

Addled Essence

Article by David Birch, published in Philosophy Now.

Does telling children to respect each other do more harm than good?

Article by David Birch, published in the Guardian Teacher Network.

Why you should seek the philosopher's tone

Article by David Birch, published in the TES.

Philosophy saved me from poverty and drugs: that's why I teach it to kids

Article by Andy West, published in the Guardian.

Why I teach philosophy in primary schools

Article by Giacomo Esposito, published in the Guardian.

How not to do it

Article by Andrew Day, published in Teacher Development Trust blog.

The first R: why we need to teach philosophy in the classroom

Article by Emma Worley, published on the Guardian Teacher Network.

Why I became a philosophy teacher: to get kids thinking about life's big ideas

Article by Steve Hoggins, published on the Guardian Teacher Network.

Three tips to help you make sure girls can speak their mind

Article by Andy West, published in the TES.

Let's focus primary education on the happiness of pupils: not drilling them for university

Article by Joe Tyler, published in the TES.

Moving off autopilot: How to encourage children to think deeply

Article by Steven Campbell-Harris, published on Innovate My School.