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
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spelling ir-11634-358662021-09-24T13:03:45Z Developing thinking skills in the philosophy program for children El desarrollo de las habilidades de pensamiento en el programa de filosofía para niños Alexander Zabala, Hernando 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. La investigación El desarrollo de las habilidades de pensamiento en el programa de filosofía para niños tuvo con principal objetivo rastrear conceptualmente en la obra de Mathew Lipman y algunos teóricos del programa, lo que se entiende como habilidades de pensamiento y su utilización en el aula de clase como innovación pedagógica y una manera práctica que permite abordar, el aprendizaje desde otras perspectivas, enriqueciendo el aula de clase con una educación que privilegia la participación activa de los estudiantes. El presente trabajo pretende hacer un rastreo a través de la pregunta de investigación y los objetivos al concepto de habilidades de pensamiento en FpN, al igual que conocer toda la metodología, fundamentos y pensamiento que sustenta esta propuesta. Filosofía para Niños, se presenta como una propuesta educativa, que brinda las herramientas para trabajar la estimulación del pensamiento en las niñas y los niños, desde el desarrollo de actividades creativas, reflexivas, analíticas y críticas, generando ambientes escolares que formen y construyan mejores seres humanos. La propuesta educativa FpN, permite enriquecer la labor educativa desde la creatividad en el aula de clase, con la utilización de nuevos elementos para que la enseñanza pueda ser mucho más autónoma y dinámica en sus procesos metodológicos. El trabajo y estimulación de las habilidades de pensamiento en los estudiantes, es parte fundamental para aprender a pensar, allí se desarrollan los aspectos importantes del pensamiento que permiten mejorar el razonamiento, la indagación, la argumentación, la reflexión. 2014-01-01 2021-09-24T13:03:45Z 2021-09-24T13:03:45Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion http://revistas.ustabuca.edu.co/index.php/ESPIRAL/article/view/551 10.15332/erdi.v4i1.551 http://hdl.handle.net/11634/35866 spa http://revistas.ustabuca.edu.co/index.php/ESPIRAL/article/view/551/446 Derechos de autor 2017 Espiral, Revista de Docencia e Investigación http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 application/pdf Universidad Santo Tomás seccional Bucaramanga Espiral, Revista de Docencia e Investigación; Vol. 4 Núm. 1 (2014); 59-70 2389-9719 2256-151X
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description 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.
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