Philosophy for Children and Global Learning
#ChatP4C is a Twitter hour hosted by myself, Gina from Little Chatters and Joana Rita Sousa from Portugal (she's the social media expert in the team!)
Once every half term between 8-9pm there is a P4C theme and a special guest. A series of mainly practical questions are posed and then some fast and furious sharing of ideas, images and experiences.
You can join in the fun on the night, or contribute after the event. Or just use the hashtag #ChatP4C if you have something to share between sessions. The concept is to build a Twitter community of P4C practitioners for exchange of ideas across the globe. Mainly it's people from the UK and Portugal, but we have people joining us from Australia, Turkey and Spain and more.
On the evening of #ChatP4C (or early morning if you are in Australia for example) search #ChatP4C and you will see the questions being shared at intervals through the hour. There's always a question at the beginning getting everyone to introduce themselves.
(5) ⚡️ #ChatP4C: #P4C & Humanities / Twitter with special guest Roger Andrews, Australian Teachers of the Year
#ChatP4C: P4C and Empathy - FpC e empatia / Twitter Our special guests were Miranda McKearney (one of founders of Empathy Lab) and author Phil Earle.
#ChatP4C: P4C and SEND / Twitter Our special guest was Judith Stephenson, Lead Practitioner at The Barbara Priestman Academy. You can check out the website here.
#ChatP4C: The Philosophical Teacher / Twitter Our special guest was Marcelo Staricoff, author of The Joy of Not Knowing. You can check out Marcelo's website here. Our theme for the evening was be The Philosophical Teacher.
#ChatP4C #WorldPhilosophyDay / Twitter Special guest Laura Goad - Director of Cumbria Development Education for a session on World Philosophy Day.
#ChatP4C: P4C and Parensts / Twitter Special Guest Sue Cowley - teacher, presenter and writer. www.suecowley.co.uk - Home
#ChatP4C: #P4C and the Environment / Twitter Special guest: Lily Horseman who is Chair of the Forest School Association and an established Forest School trainer through her company Kindling.
#ChatP4C: Wonderful Words! / Twitter with special guest David Birch, author of Thinking Beans: a year of classroom philosophy sessions
27.08 | 20:32
Fab work, excellent resources, all in one place :) thank you
06.06 | 19:14
And google Sara Stanley. She wrote some great articles for EYFS magazines which you get online. Sara's website is in my resources section.
06.06 | 18:47
Hi, I was just wondering if you have any starter games or ideas for EYFS please.
Thank you x