Adventures in Wonderland!
Adventures in Wonderland! is a blog for fourth-grade students created by three schools: May Howard Elementary in Savannah, GA; Elias Park Primary School in Singapore, and Roscoe Wilson Elementary School in Lubbock, TX. The focus of the blog is on philosophical inquiry.
Wondering Aloud: Philosophy with Young People
Jana Mohr Lone, director of the Northwest Center for Philosophy for Children, writes a blog about doing philosophy with young people, including posts about philosophy classes with pre-college students and ideas for how to introduce philosophy in K-12 classrooms and with your own children.
Join teacher Michael Burroughs and his philosophy class at Booker T. Washington High School in Memphis TN as they blog about philosophy.
Mt. Greylock High School Philosophy
This blog is the public space for students in the Mt. Greylock Regional High School Introduction to Philosophy course to interact, critique, challenge, defend, refine, and think out loud, hosted by teacher Gerol Petruzella.
The Philosophical Student
A blog supported by the Squire Family Foundation where pre-college, college and graduate students and their teachers and professors, as well as parents, school administrators and all those interested in philosophy, can meet to discuss philosophical issues. It is run in cooperation with Craig Merow’s bioethics class at the Germantown Academy in Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania.
Jacob Needleman’s Blog
Blog of philosophy professor, high school philosophy teacher and writer Jacob Needleman.
David Kennedy/Philosophy of Childhood
This blog is a compilation of articles by David Kenndy of the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children on philosophy of childhood, community of philosophical inquiry/philosophy for children, and the reconstruction of schooling.