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