Videos for Students and Teachers

PESGB has created a series of short videos presenting key themes in philosophy of education. The videos are designed to be accessible, informative and to encourage the use of philosophical perspectives in educational research, policy, and practice.

Examining examining | John White 

 

What could go on the curriculum? | Michael Hand

 

What do we mean by equality of opportunity in education? | Carrie Winstanley

 

Why do educational policy and practice need philosophy? | Richard Pring

 

What can teachers learn from philosophers? | Richard Pring

 

What is Education? | Paul Standish

 

Do parents have educational rights? | Judith Suissa

 

What is Anarchist Education? | Judith Suissa

 

Is education political? | Judith Suissa

 

Is it ever acceptable to be elitist? | Carrie Winstanley

 

Are children with outstanding abilities as deserving of addition educational provision as children with learning problems? | Carrie Winstanley

 

What can education policy makers learn from philosophy? | Richard Pring

 

Should the curriculum be academic? | Michael Hand

 

What is Philosophy of Education? | Paul Standish

 

What is Philosophy? | Paul Standish

 

What are the alternatives to the academic curriculum? | Michael Hand