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.
Theory of Knowledge teacher Marc Biefnot has created a nice introduction to the new TOK Exhibition.
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.