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IAPC sommerkurs i Østerrike
Graz, 17-25 mai 2010
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Subject: IAPC sommerkurs i Østerrike
IAPC (Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children) pleier å arrangere to årvisse seminarer. Det ene er et innføringsseminar  for dem som ikke har noe tidligere erfaring med filosofi eller filosofi med barn. Dette kurset går på høsten. Det andre kurset er for viderekomne, lærere på Universitet/høyskole osv. Det kurset avholdes om våren.

Vanligvis har disse kursene vært holdt i området der IAPC holder til: i New Jersey-traktene utenfor New York, USA. Jeg deltok selv på vårseminaret i 2005. Iår avholdes vårseminaret i Østerrike, noe som gjør det enklere for europeere å delta. Arrangementet er et resultat av et samarbeide mellom IAPC og Østerriksk senter for filosofi med barn.

Her er invitasjonen:

The Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
The Austrian Center of Philosophy with Children
organize the
May 17-25, 2010 (Advanced Seminar)
St. Marie`s Retreat House, Graz Austria

Advanced Seminar
The advanced seminar takes place each May. This time it will be in Austria. This seminar is for graduate students, teachers, professors and others from around the world who have previous experience using the P4C curriculum and methodology.  In this session we focus on some of the theoretical dimensions of Philosophy for Children, community of inquiry studies, and P4C curriculum construction.  In addition to facilitating workshop sessions, participants are invited to create philosophical stories with accompanying exercises and discussion plans that aim to foster philosophical inquiry.
Who Attends IAPC/ACPC Summer Seminar?
The IAPC/ACPC Summer Seminar in Philosophy for Children (P4C) brings together P4C specialists, faculty and graduate students from Montclair State University (Montclair, USA) and from Karl-Franzens-University (Garz, Austria), school teachers, professors and other visiting scholars from around the world for eight days of intensive study, dialogue and production.  The workshops are designed to provide school teachers with professional development and to provide P4C specialists a venue for reporting on their work; to assist international scholars to bring P4C to their countries; and to provide all involved with experience in an academic community of inquiry.
Daily Schedules
The seminar begins with a 5:00 PM session on the first evening. Please plan to arrive in Graz  by 3:00 PM to give yourself some time to unpack and relax before this session.
When you arrive you will receive some descriptive literature of P4C programs, workshop guidelines and readings for each theoretical session. We ask that you read these articles critically and prepare discussion questions for each reading. Each participant will also be assigned at least one curriculum session to lead. 
You should plan your departure after 13:00 PM on the last day of the seminar May, 25.
During the Seminars you will be provided:
·      One private room, single bed, shower, bureau and closet. 
·      Three meals a day
·      Coffee, tea and snacks
·      Use of P4C texts and manuals, theoretical materials and issues of Thinking
On most days there are three morning sessions before lunch, a short afternoon study break, afternoon sessions before dinner, and on some days there  is an evening session after dinner, with time for reflection throughout the day.
Workshop Directors:   Ann M. Sharp (Montclair / USA),
                                         Maughn Gregory (Montclair / USA)
                                         Daniela G. Camhy (Graz / Austria)
Seminar Costs:  € 1.350.- costs for board and accommodation,
                                      materials and course fees included.
Deadline for Registration:  April 10, 2010
Seminar Registration: 
To receive a letter of invitation for the seminar please send a letter (on university or school letterhead) to the ACPC describing your educational background, your interest in Philosophy for Children and any plans for implementation of the program.  If you do not work for a university or school, please also send a letter describing your educational background and your motivation and your plans for implementing of the programm. Letters can be emailed, mailed or faxed to:       

Klara Gruber
ACPC Austrian Center of Philosophy for Children
8010 Graz, Austria
Email: kinderphilosophie at
Phone and Fax: + 43 (0) 316  811513
Mobile: + 43 650 830 30 18
+ 43 650 830 30 19
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Her er den offisielle invitasjons-pdf-en fra IAPC:
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