Book Review of “Academic Philosophy: An Uncommonly Creative, Imaginative and Challenging Curriculum,” (all authored by Sharon Kaye, illustrated by Jordan Novak or Christopher Tice, and published by Roya Fireworks Press, 2017)

  • Richard Morehouse

Abstract

Introduction: This series of books and accompanying guides as a group are labeled “Academic Philosophy: and Uncommonly Creative, Imaginative & Challenging Curriculum” in the promotional brochure. Sharon Kaye is the author of the series but there are two different illustrators. Jordon Novak illustrates Question Mark, Theo Rising, and Mark and Theo make their case and Christopher Tice illustrates the rest of the series. The first three sets of teacher materials are labeled Teacher Manual, while the last three sets of teacher materials are called Philosophical Curriculum Guidebooks. Each set of materials for the teacher is also labeled levels, A through F. As the included brochure states, the alphabetic labeling is provided for flexibility when using these materials in different grade levels, for example A (ages 5 and up), B (ages 6 and up), and so on.

Published
Apr 26, 2017
How to Cite
MOREHOUSE, Richard. Book Review of “Academic Philosophy: An Uncommonly Creative, Imaginative and Challenging Curriculum,” (all authored by Sharon Kaye, illustrated by Jordan Novak or Christopher Tice, and published by Roya Fireworks Press, 2017). Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis, [S.l.], v. 37, n. 2, p. 41-45, apr. 2017. ISSN 2374-8257. Available at: <http://journal.viterbo.edu/index.php/atpp/article/view/994>. Date accessed: 25 may 2017.
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