On October 26 Filosofi i Skolen (: Philosophy in Schools) will host the second international meeting on philosophical inquiry, classroom dialogue, professional development , and minority inclusion.
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10.00-10.15: Welcome (Caroline Schaffalitzky)
10.15-11.30: Karen S. Emmerman (Univ. of Washington): Is that a Philosophical Question? The Tension between Democratizing the Classroom and Building Skills in Philosophy for Children + Q&A
11.45-13.00: Debi Talukdar (Univ. of Washington): When Teachers Philosophize: Reflection and wonder in professional development + Q&A
13.00-14.00: Lunch and networking
14.00-15.15: Janice Moskalik (Univ. of Washington): Children, Epistemic Injustice, and Philosophy as a Restorative Justice Practice + Q&A
15.30- 16.45: Caroline Schaffalitzky (Univ. Of Southern Denmark): Does it take an academic philosopher to lead a philosophical dialogue?
16.45-17.00: Thank you!
Register for here - its free to participate. The registration includes lunch and coffee.
About the conference
The conference marks the establishment of the PaSCO Network.
International research on Philosophy with Children is rich in discussions and approaches, yet important questions regarding practical issues and research methods remain to be addressed. The conference will focus on such questions concerning the opportunities and challenges of Philosophy with Children.
Among the opportunities are countering inequality in education and contributing to professional development of teachers. Both have been suggested in research, but have not yet been studied systematically. Among the challenges are ethical considerations and obstacles pertaining to empirical studies of philosophical activities and their effects.
The conference is generously supported by Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet.