Exam Order Form Philosophy and Ethics - Semester One, 2015

The APIS (WA) Philosophy and Ethics Semester One 2015 exam is now ready to be ordered. Please find the order form attached below.

Level One Training

Looking for ways to address the general capabilities of critical and creative thinking as outlined in the Australian Curriculum?

Geographe Primary School Teacher Development School in English in association with The Association for Philosophy in Schools (WA) is offering a Level 1 Workshop in Philosophy in Schools

Friday 1st May 2015
Saturday 2nd May 2015
9am - 3pm each day

Clydebank Avenue Busselton

FEES: $360 per person inc GST (Includes morning tea, lunch and resource materials)


APIS Professional Development Day

The Association for Philosophy in Schools (WA) is hosting its inaugural Professional Development Day open for all.

Friday 27 March, 2015
Guildford Grammar School
$300 for members
$150 for students
Morning tea and lunch provided

Attendees can register and pay online, using a credit card, at www.ggs.wa.edu.au/APIS.

Registrations close at 5.00pm on Friday 13 March 2015.

A map of the venue and further information will be emailed upon registration.

APIS (WA) BBQ Picnic

You’re invited to an APIS (WA) BBQ Picnic

As promised, we are organising an event in order to bring together teachers of philosophy for all ages (primary, secondary and a couple of academics!). This is a chance to meet other teachers of P4C and get to know the members of the Association for Philosophy in Schools. Come along, new and old, to think deeply, chat creatively and mingle collaboratively J

When: Saturday 28th February 2015 from 5pm.

10th Anniversary of the Murdoch Colloquium

10th Anniversary of the Murdoch Colloquium – Philosophy Across Traditions
Murdoch University
1 December 2014, 10am – 5pm
Brian Hill Lecture Theatre, Murdoch University

The Murdoch Philosophy Program in conjunction with the Murdoch School of Arts invites all to attend the 10th Murdoch Colloquium.

The theme of this year’s Colloquium is Philosophy Across Traditions: it aims at showcasing the diversity of Philosophy across Perth’s universities and at fostering dialogue between different approaches.

The Journal of Philosophy in Schools goes live!

The Journal of Philosophy in Schools (JPS) has been unleashed!

Volume 1 Issue 1 of JPS is now live and open access:

With articles by Peter Singer, Phil Cam, Laurance Splitter, Clinton Golding, Tim Sprod, Felicity Haynes, Megan Laverty, Gil Burgh and new introductory notes on seminal articles by Mat Lipman and Ann Margaret Sharp, we know you'll enjoy reading our new open-access philosophy in schools journal!

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