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Here you will find videos related to engaged philosophical inquiry like, for example, about philosophy for children (P4C).

Drug Education Takes a Philosophical Route
Dr. Mahboubeh Asgari who is applying Philosophical Inquiry as a way to bring change in the implementation of Drug Education in British Columbia. Her fellowship is funded by Mitacs, which is a national organization that builds partnerships supporting industrial and social innovation in the fields of industry, academia and government. Mahboubeh was recently featured as an Impact Story in an interview by Mitacs. You can read Dr. Asgari’s interview and her inspirational vision here:  
http://www.mitacs.ca/en/impact/drug-education-takes-philosophical-route
For more information regarding other works of Dr. Asgari, including classes regularly offered at The School of Inquiry for children, youth and adults please visit: http://schoolofinquiry.com

Thomas Wartenberg is a philosophy professor at Mount Holyoke College. He has developed the website Teaching Children Philosophy as part of his research project on philosophy for children. In addition to teaching a course each year for undergraduates on philosophy for children, he has published articles describing his course. He has recently finished a book, Big Ideas for Little Kids, that is a guide for teaching philosophy to elementary-school children.

Sara Goering is Program Director for the University of Washington Center for Philosophy for Children in the United States. Below is her TED talk.

Philip Cam is an Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales in Australia. He has published many articles, books and teaching materials for teacher and children engaged in philosophy. You can also visit his website. Below is a video that features his work.

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