As regular readers know, one of my projects over the summer was completely revamping my curriculum for the three periods of International Baccalaureate Theory of Knowledge classes I teach each day. It’s almost fifty percent new, though I’ve only gotten around to posting about four months of it online. You can check things out at my posts tagged TOK.
One of the changes I made was the homework I expected students to do after they read each chapter in our TOK textbook. I’ve previously posted those homework instructions, but here they are again.
In the past, I’ve always had small groups meet and make short presentations about the homework each week. However, they were decidedly uneven in quality, though students gained a lot from them.
I’ve decided to revamp those instructions, too – both for presenters and audience members. You can download the student hand-out here.
Take a look and please give me feedback. I’m always looking for ways to improve!