Developing thinking skills in the philosophy program for children

Investigating Developing thinking skills in philosophy for children program main objective was to track conceptually in the work of Mathew Lipman and some theoretical program which is understood as thinking skills and their use in the classroom class as a pedagogical innovation and practical way tha...

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Autor Principal: Alexander Zabala, Hernando
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Santo Tomás seccional Bucaramanga 2014
Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/11634/35866
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Sumario:Investigating Developing thinking skills in philosophy for children program main objective was to track conceptually in the work of Mathew Lipman and some theoretical program which is understood as thinking skills and their use in the classroom class as a pedagogical innovation and practical way that will address, learning from other perspectives, enriching the classroom with an education that privileges the active participation of students. This paper aims to make a crawl through the research question and objectives to the concept of thinking skills in Philosophy for Children, as well as meet all the methodology, rationale and thinking behind this proposal. Philosophy for Children is presented as an educational proposal that provides the tools to work the thought stimulation in girls and boys, from the development of creative, reflective, analytical and critical, creating school environments that form and build better human beings. Educational Philosophy for proposal, to enrich the educational work from creativity in the classroom, with the use of new elements that access to education can be much more autonomous and dynamic in their methodological processes. Work and stimulating thinking skills in students, it is essential to learn to think partly there important aspects of thinking that enhance reasoning; inquiry, argumentation, and reflection develop.