Learning about p4cHI

Learning about p4cHI

There is a wealth of resources available for those who want to “scratch beneath the surface” or “dig a little deeper.”


Educational Perspectives Issue: Journal of the College of Education/ University of Hawai’i at Manoa, 2012. 


Gently Socratic Inquiry,  by Dr. Thomas E. Jackson. 


The Impact of Philosophy for Children in a High School English Class, by Dr. Chad Miller.


Research Findings: Ethnic Studies at Kailua High School,  by Dr. Amber Makaiau, Jeanelle Sugimoto-Matsuda, and Earl Hishinuma. 


Uehiro Academy Brochure,  by Dr. Thomas Yos. 


Cultivating and Nurturing Collaborative Civic Spacesby Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau.


Philosophy for Children and Ethnic Studies at Kailua High School; A Phenomenological Study, by Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau, 2008.


 Philosophical Inquiry Standards, by Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau. 


Bibliography of Research Related to p4cHI by Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau. 


Voyaging to the Outer Limits of Education, by Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau. 


 Impacts of p4cHI on Classroom Culture, published by Teaching Tolerance.