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Helping Your Child Become a Highly Effective Learner: Tips from the World of Philosophy

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We've teamed up with The Philosophy Foundation, experts at bringing philosophy to young people. In this resource, we explore the philosophical concept of 'aporia'; feelings of confusion and perplexity, which many children may go through at school, or at home, in their learning. These are often emotions that get overlooked or are considered to be negative. But aporia is actually an essential experience on the way to insight and understanding, especially with regard to new knowledge. These top tips on how to help children recognise and work through these feelings come straight from those in the know!

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