Every several years, the International Baccalaureate Program makes changes to the Theory of Knowledge course.
The last update wasn’t the big of a deal, the upcoming one beginning this fall is a different kettle of fish.
Who among us get that excited about having to become familiar with a new curriculum you have to teach?
I’m even less thrilled that I’ll have to take an online course this summer to get up-to-date on it.
I’m sure it will work out fine, and that TOK will continue to remain a great course to teach and an extremely popular class to take by IB Diploma candidates and non-diploma candidates alike.
But, in the meantime, here are some resources introducing the changes:
TOK 2022 is from TheoryofKnowledge.net.
TOK 2022: FREE TOK (THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE) WEBSITE is from An Gulinck.
TOK RESOURCE.ORG is from Andrew Brown.
The Oxford University Press has two videos you can watch, though you have register for free.
The whole Oxford video TOK playlist is here.
Theory of Knowledge teacher Marc Biefnot has created a nice introduction to the new TOK Exhibition.
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all the TOK is a new resource site created by a TOK teacher.
Let me know what I should add to this list…
I’m adding this post to my many other TOK-related “Best” lists.
Are you going to use a textbook for TOK 2020? If so which one?
We weren’t able to get one in time for this year, but next year we’ll be using Hodder’s