Publications & Scholarly Writings

Albertini, T. (2012). “What do you want to talk about?” Educational Perspectives , 44 (1 & 2), 29 – 31.

Butnor, A. (2012). Critical communities: Intellectual safety and the power of disagreement. Educational Perspectives, 44(&2), 29-31.

Butnor, A. (2004). Bringing P4C into the undergraduate classroom. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 65-68.

Colvin, A. (2004). Expanding the circle of inquiry: Introducing philosophy for children in the People’s Republic of China. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 37-39.

Colvin, A. (2004). The echo of the mountain. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 49.

Ikeda, J. (2012). The top 10 things I LOVE about p4c Hawai’i. Educational Perspectives 44(1&2), 22-24.

Jackson, T. (2013). Philosophical rules of engagement. In S. Goering, N. Shudak & T. Wartenberg (Eds.), Philosophy in schools: An introduction for philosophers and teachers (99-10). New York: Routledge.

Jackson, T. (2012). Home grown. Educational Perspectives(1&2), 3-7.

Jackson, T. (2004). Philosophy for children Hawaiian style. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 3-7.

Jackson, T. (2001). The art and craft of gently socratic inquiry. In A. L. Costa (Ed.) Developing minds: A resource for teaching thinking (459-465). Alexandria, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Jackson, T. (1998). Proceedings from the ERA Conference ’98: Isn’t it time for the tail to stop wagging the dog?

Jones, T. (2012). Community in the classroom: An approach to curriculum and instruction as a means for the development of student personal engagement in the high school classroom. Educational Perspectives 44(1&2), 58-64.

Junjie, L. (2004). America’s philosophy for children teaching method and the development of children’s character. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17 (1&2), 40-42.

Kim, A. (2012). Philosophy for children. Educational Perspectives 44(1&2), 25-28.

Kim, J. Y. (2004). The dao of P4C. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17 (1&2), 69-72).

Lien, C. (2004). Making sense of the evolution of P4C. Thinking : The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17 (1&2), 73-78.

Lien, C. (2004). The difference between traditional Chinese teaching methods and P4C from the USA. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17 (1&2), 47-48.

Lukey, B. (2012). Philosophy for children in Hawai’i: A community circle discussion, Educational Perspectives 44 (1&2), 32-37.

Lukey, B. (2012). The high school philosopher in residence: what philosophy and philosopher can offer schools,” Educational Perspectives 44 (1&2), 38-42.

Lukey, B. (2012). Philosophy beyond boundaries: a new model of philosophy in high schools. In J.M. Lone & R. Israeloff (Eds.), Philosophy and education (27-38). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Lukey, B. (2013). A p4c experiment: The high school philosopher in residence. In S. Goering, N. Shudak & T. Wartenberg (Eds.), Philosophy in schools: An introduction for philosophers and teachers (42-55). New York: Routledge.

Makaiau, A. S. & Lukey, B. (In Press). A Philosopher’s Pedagogy: A Three-Part Model for School Betterment. Journal of Academic Perspectives.

Makaiau, A. S. (2013). Incorporating the Activity of Philosophy into Social Studies; A Sevem-Part Philosophical Inquiry Process. Questions: Philosophy for Young People, 13, 15-17.

Makaiau, A. S. & Freese, A. R. (2013). A transformational journey: Exploring our multicultural identities through self-study. Studying Teaching Education, 9(2), 141-151.

Makaiau, A. S. & Miller, C. (2012). The philosopher’s pedagogy. Educational Perspectives, 44(1&2), 8-19.

Makaiau, A. S. (2010). Adolescent identity exploration in a multicultural community context; An educator’s approach to rethinking identity interventions. Doctoral dissertation, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI.

Matsuoka, C. (2012). Thinking processes in middle school students. Educational Perspectives, 44(1&2). 43-45).

Matsuoka, C. (2004). Mindful habits & P4C: Cultivating thinking & problem-solving in children. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 54-55.

McRae, J. (2004). Scratching beneath the phenomena: P4C as the practice of comparative philosophy. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 30-36.

Miller, C. (2013). Philosophy goes to high school: An inquiry into the philosopher’s pedagogy. Doctoral dissertation, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI.

Miller, C. (2005). The impact of philosophy for children in a high school English class. In D. Sheppard (Ed.) Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children. (pp. 81-86). Oxford, United Kingdom: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Mitias, L. M. (2004). P4C: Philosophy-processes, perspective, and pluralism-for children. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 17-23.

Nakamoto, C.M., Sengoku, M., Tabor, B. & Deutsch, E. (2004). Administrative perspectives on P4C. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 95-98.

Odierna, R. (2012). Philosophy for children Kenyan style. Educational Perspectives, 44(1&2), 46-50.

Oho, L, Rousmasset, E., Bein, S. Tam, L., Soong, J., Higashi, F.T.Y. & Gibbs, N. (2004). Reflections from teachers on philosophy and teaching. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1&2), 84-94.

Oho, L., Roumasset, E., Bein, S., Tam, L., Soong, J., Higashi, F. T. Y. & Gibbs, N. (2004). Reflections from teachers on philosophy and teaching. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 84 – 94.

Strong, A. P. (2003). Voyaging to the outer limits of education: Reflections on P4C in the secondary classroom. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 56 – 64.

Toyoda M. (2012). Practicing philosophy for children in the search for a better society. Educational Perspectives, 44(1 & 2), 20 – 21.

Tsuchiyama, E. (2004). Learning from children: A philosophical journey. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 50 – 53.

Yos, T. B. (2003). Educating for good judgment. Doctoral dissertation, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Honolulu, HI.

Yos, T. B. (2004). Philosophy for children and the cultivation of good judgment. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 9 – 16.

Yos, T. B. (2004). Philosophizing with Mrs. Yoshida’s third graders: A transcript from a P4C session." Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 9 – 16.

Yos, T. B. (2012). Raising the bar: Love, the community of inquiry, and the flourishing life. Educational Perspectives, 44(1 & 2), 52 – 57.

Yuan, J. (2004). The wisdom beyond languages. Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children 17(1 & 2), 43 – 46.

 

Educational Materials Related to p4c Hawaii

Jackson, T.  (1984). Philosophy for children; Philosophy in the schools project. A guide for teachers.

Makaiau, A. & Glassco, K. (2008). Kailua high school ethnic studies and philosophy student workbook.

Makaiau, A. & Glassco, K. (2008). Kailua high school ethnic studies and philosophy teacher’s guide.

Willoughby, B. (2012). Speak up at school. Montgomery, AL: Teaching Tolerance, A Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.