From pandemic to pedagogy
We see the post-lockdown return to schools as an opportunity to re-focus on some of the things that really matter in education. Our training and support programmes can help you do just this.
There will be a huge need for P4C, but still quite a few obstacles to doing it in the normal way. We’ve collected ideas from trainers and teachers on how to make the most of a difficult situation. We hope you find this helpful.
What we offer
We offer online or in-person training anywhere in the world, through programmes that we tailor to meet local needs and your school’s priorities.
We have a full set of resources for teachers, students, parents and trainers, covering all ages and curriculum areas. A helpful selection of resources is available free on this site, with a much wider range accessible via our paid-for premium resource offers.
We work around the world with organisations or individuals who share our values and principles. We understand that local settings require tailored approaches. International Baccalaureate and other inquiry-based school groups are an important focus for us.
We host the P4C International Community of Enquiry. This gives P4C teachers and schools around the world a perfect platform to ask each other questions and share ideas around any aspect of P4C practice.
We support schools and educational organisations wanting to set up their own P4C Plus or Thinking Moves training offers.