o #chatP4C é uma iniciativa da Gina e da Jane à qual me associei como participante e como moderadora da edição que acontece em língua portuguesa.
trata-se de um twitter chat que acontece em torno da filosofia para/com crianças e que conta com pessoas convidadas com quem se pode aprender e a quem se podem fazer perguntas.
no próximo dia 19 de Maio fala-se de empatia.
para acompanhar o #chatP4C basta entrar no twitter e acompanhar a # (recomendo o uso do tweetdeck).
[EN] - from SAPERE's blog
Hosted by Jane, Gina and Joana Rita Sousa from Portugal, #ChatP4C takes place on Twitter for an hour once every UK half term. Each session has a P4C theme and a special guest. A series of mainly practical questions are posed by the host and there follows some fast and furious sharing of ideas, images and experiences from colleagues in the UK, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Australia and more. There’s also a parallel #ChatP4C running in Portuguese, hosted by Joana and using the same questions.
Previous themes include P4C and SEND, P4C and Parents, P4C and the Environment, and P4C Resources.
Want to get involved?
The next #ChatP4C is happening on Thursday 19 May. May’s theme is P4C and Empathy, ahead of Empathy Day on 9 June. The special guests will be Miranda McKearney, founder of Empathy Lab, and award-winning author Phil Earle.
Jane says: “I’m delighted that #ChatP4C will have special guests from EmpathyLab UK. Empathy is such a key aspect of the caring thinking dimension of P4C. Also, the way that EmpathyLab uses literature to build empathy is of much relevance to P4C practitioners for stimuli selection.”
Taking place between 8pm and 9pm UK time, you can join in on the night, contribute after the event, or use the hashtag #ChatP4C if you have something to share between sessions. Simply search Twitter for #ChatP4C and you’ll see the questions being shared at intervals through the hour. And if you can’t make a particular session, Joana creates a handy Twitter Moment for each one so it’s easy to catch up after the event. Many of the special guests also contribute a piece to Gina’s blog.