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The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2018 – So Far

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I’ve created a public Twitter list of IB Theory of Knowledge teachers. Send a tweet to me letting me know you’re an IB teacher, or leave a comment on this post, and I’ll add you to the list!

It’s time for another “Best” list to add to All 2018 Mid-Year “Best” Lists – In One Place!.

I’ll also be adding this post to All Of My Theory Of Knowledge “Best” Lists In One Place!

Here are my previous TOK-related “Best” lists:

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources — 2010

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2011 — So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2011

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2012 — So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2012 — Part Two

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2013 – So Far

The Best Commentaries On The New IB Theory Of Knowledge Teaching Guide

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2013 – Part Two

The Best Movies For IB Theory Of Knowledge Classes – What Are Your Suggestions?

The Best Posts On IB Theory Of Knowledge Oral Presentations

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2014 – So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2014 – Part Two

The Best Posts On Teaching TOK “Knowledge Questions”

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2015 – So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2015 – Part Two

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2016 – So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2016 – Part Two

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2017 – So Far

The Best Theory Of Knowledge Resources In 2017 – Part Two

Here are my picks from the past six months:

This new video and lesson from TED-Ed is perfect for when we study emotion in IB Theory of Knowledge class:

Here Are The Two End-Of-Year Projects Students Do In My TOK Classes

Revised Extensive Outline, Including Student Exemplars, For TOK Essay Unit

Make Your Own “American Chopper” Meme

Milgram Experiment Replicated With Same Results

The New Scientist publishes a series of short animated videos simply explaining philosophical and scientific ideas.

It’s called The Explanimator Channel and I think they’re ideal for IB Theory of Knowledge classes.

Here are a couple of samples:

 

Best Article Ever To Have Students Read About Cellphones!

How Could I Not Have Known That Milgram Did The Original Six Degrees Of Separation Research? It’s Perfect For TOK!

List Of Knowledge Questions My TOK Students Are Using This Year For Their Oral Presentations

Take Two: Revised My TOK Oral Presentation Materials AGAIN

Learning About Scientific Discovery In Theory Of Knowledge Class

Two Good Videos To Illustrate “Cognitive Ease”

The Best Videos Explaining Confirmation Bias

I’ve added this video to our Theory of Knowledge class blog in the same place I have many resources on the Milgram and Stanford Prison Experiment (it also includes a simple student assignment):

Six Good Videos Showing The Difference Between Correlation & Causation

Diversity Of Our School’s IB Program Highlighted In Sacramento Bee

Telling Stories In Class Like Abraham Lincoln

Guest Post: Template For Making Teacher Comments On TOK Essays

Problems Of The Scientific Method

Should I Tell on My Cheating Classmates? is from The NY Times Ethicist. It would go great with my Theory of Knowledge project, Here’s My Absolutism/Relativism Project For TOK – Help Me Make It Better.

Very Useful PBS NewsHour Segment On If Viewers Should Separate Art From Artist In Light Of #MeToo

Immigration Reform, Ethics & TOK

Is Music A Universal Language? Take This Cool Quiz To Find Out!

Extremely Useful Animated Video Series On Ethical Dilemmas

This Year’s “What If?” History Project Student Examples

You’ll Want To See & Read This NY Times Feature: “How the World Expresses Itself in GIFs”

Guest Post: Student Human Science Project

This new TED Talk will definitely come in handy when we study Emotion in IB Theory of Knowledge (you can see the transcript here):

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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