Over the last few years, Noisy Classroom has been part of an Erasmus project on Philosophy and Debate. This was such an interesting opportunity to learn from philosophy teachers about the role of debate in philosophy and to share our expertise on making debate work in the classroom. The project has now concluded and the following resources are available:
A teacher’s manual with the title ‘Debate / Philosophy: How to start debating in the philosophy classroom’ has been published. The PDF version is freely available at https://debaticons.com/book/, while the hardcover edition can be obtained at https://isvw.nl/en/shop/debate-philosophy-floris-velema-ed/ (this page is in English now).
– The website debaticons.com includes worksheets and 3D models for a debating stamp collection.
– Za in Proti, our partner from Slovenia, has just launched their YouTube channel, full of very informative videos on the intersection of debate and philosophy. The channel can be accessed with the following link: