DialogueWorks exists to promote Philosophical Teaching & Learning

  • A dialogic form of education which teachers can practise within all subject areas
  • An enquiry-based learning approach which is applicable in school and throughout life
  • A basis in over 40 years of P4C practice and worldwide evidence of its impact
  • A development of P4C into a complete pedagogy based on six central principles
  • A comprehensive supporting framework of Thinking Moves ©

 

We adapt our programmes to meet our clients’ educational goals and settings

  • Teachers benefit from a wiser and more rewarding style of teaching, based on new skills in enquiry and dialogue
  • Students, and their parents, benefit from a deeper engagement with intellectual life, based on stronger, more independent thinking skills
  • Schools benefit by providing a more rounded education, better suited to the work and leisure environments of the 21st century

 

  • Roger Sutcliffe will be the keynote speaker at the Sunday May 27th 2018 launch conference of P4C China in Shanghai
  • He will be speaking on Big Picture and Little Pixel Thinking - and will run a follow-up workshop on the same theme. 
  • On Monday May 28th he will be hosting a full day school visit and mentoring session on the use of P4C in the IB Primary Years Program at SUIS Hongqiao school in Shanghai, with PYP co-ordinator Karen Mathieson. 
  • On  Tuesday May 29th and Wednesday May 30th, he will be leading a P4C Advanced Facilitation training course, also at SUIS Hongqiao.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For details and bookings, go to 

http://www.p4c.org.cn/en/About.aspx?ID=10995