Philosophy Helps Young Students Learn

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Article on how introducing “practical” philosophy at a young age can help students develop better critical thinking skills

A study of more than 130 primary and secondary pupils found that taking part in practical philosophy sessions improved the children’s listening skills, gave them greater respect for other people, encouraged them to consider other perspectives and ideas they may not otherwise have thought about and helped them analyse problems so that they are thought through before making decisions.

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