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Philosophy in Schools Association of NSW Level 1 Workshop & Level 1 Extension Workshop – Presented by Mr Dan Smith, Dr Britta Jensen and Dr Philip Cam.

27th August & 10th September 2016, University of Notre Dame, Broadway Campus, Sydney.

This workshop is an introduction to the use of the philosophical Community of Inquiry to promote critical and creative thinking and ethical understanding in the classroom.

The Philosophy in Schools Extension Workshop will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD

To book for the course, please contact Philp Cam at
pacam@tpg.com.au

Flyer for Workshops August and September 2016

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Philosophy in Schools Association of NSW Level 1 Workshop – Presented by Dr Philip Cam, Dr Sandra Lynch and Mr Dan Smith. 19th March & 2nd April 2016, University of Notre Dame, Broadway Campus, Sydney. This workshop is an introduction to the use of the philosophical Community of Inquiry to promote critical and creative thinking and ethical understanding in the classroom. To book for the course, please contact Philip Cam at
pacam@tpg.com.au Level 1 flyer for Term 1 2016

Philosophy in Schools Advanced Workshop – Level 1.5 – Presented by Dr Vanya Kovach and Professor Philip Cam, assisted by Dr Winifred Wing Han Lamb. 21st and 22nd of January 2016, The Australian Catholic University, Signadou Campus. The course is designed to prepare educators who wish to implement the Philosophy programs in schools by extending their skills. ADVANCEDWORKSHOP 2016

You are invited to the next Teaching4Thinking TeachMeet 29 November.  TeachMeet Invitation

Next Level Two Teacher Training course January 2016 in Melbourne.  Full details on the FAPSA website.

*NEW*  A series of short videos on ‘thinking tools’ by Dr Phil Cam. 

The Philosophy in Schools Association of New South Wales is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting philosophy in schools in New South Wales.

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