Tea Time Philosophy
Subjects: Social Studies, Special Education
Player Mode: Single
User Access: Parent, Student, Teacher
Can something be true and false at the same time?
With its "little and often" approach (10 to 15 minutes a day, 3 to 5 days a week), The App delivers tangible improvements, boosts confidence and grows enthusiasm.
Teaching the importance of having philosophical discussions with friends and family is of crucial importance to learning. The impact of studying philosophy on literacy skills and critical reasoning are undeniable, guided philosophical inquiry also helps learners with low academic achievement or challenging behavior. To learn how to listen. To learn that disagreement does not have to end in hostility, that even best friends can disagree on some things. That something can be both true and false.
-Developed this resource with one of the world leaders in Philosophy, Michel Puech (Maitre de conferences, Philosophie), at the prestigious Sorbonne University in Paris.
-Hours of structured materials designed to encourage and record philosophical discussion.
-Personalized learning experience - learners work at a pace suited to their individual needs.
- Enables students to work independently, learning at their own pace in the classroom & at home.
- Keeps learners motivated and engaged.
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