This ain’t your grandparents’ nonfiction! Along with all kids media, books about facts have come a long way in the last generation or so, and we’re proud to contribute to the amazing range available to young readers. We’reLearn more!
She’s been a narrator in a book, a puppet, the star of an animated short, and now she’s got her own gaming app. She’s chatted with famous thinkers from history, traveled around the globe, ventured into virtual worlds,Learn more!
In a word, no, not really. In a perfect world, everyone would do philosophy. It would be an everyday habit, like doing dishes or walking the dog. There are a number of great thinkers who aren’t typicallyLearn more!
When I used to teach philosophy, I saw it all the time- perfectly civil discussions descending into shouting matches. Some people did it for sport, because it just felt good to contradict someone. Other people took things personally,Learn more!
We’re pretty keen on anything having to do with 21st century learning. Obviously, we’re big believers in encouraging critical thought and innovation, and in the fact that presenting subjects like philosophy to young learners can have huge, lasting benefits. PhilosophyLearn more!
So, how are all you thinkers out there enjoying Wiseland, our amazing new app that encourages little thinkers to ask big questions? If you haven’t got it yet, well, it’s free to try, and more importantly, it’s really,Learn more!
I loved my philosophy classes at university. They were chock-full of amazing thinkers whose persistence and creativity changed the world. Somewhere around my third or fourth year, it occurred to me that most of them were guys. ILearn more!
Anyone ever heard of children being compared to snowflakes? They fly around in random directions, they’re small and cute, and yes, they’re all unique. There really isn’t such a thing as a typical learner. Philosophy may have aLearn more!
It’s here! It’s here! It’s here! We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest app, Wiseland! It’s perfect for engaging curious kids ages 7-110 with big questions, and it includes: Cartoon shorts 3D explorer game MiniLearn more!
So, your wee one has asked a big, juicy question, and despite it making you extra squirmy, you’ve been brave and engaged them in a conversation about it. Kudos! Now for the next step: keep your mouth shut.Learn more!