Questions 7:13-13 (2007)

Abstract
Zillmer shows the benefits of having children act out situations as a way of sparking discussions with 7th and 8th graders in a philosophy class. He writes about an example from his class called "Jim and the Indians."
Keywords Applied Philosophy  General Interest  Teaching Philosophy  Philosophy for Children
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ISBN(s) 1541-4760
DOI 10.5840/questions2007711
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