In what I think was a bad policy move, the International Baccalaureate program went forward this year with major changes to the Theory of Knowledge curriculum instead of delaying them a year.

I have no negative feelings about the new curriculum itself – I think most are good changes.

In the face of a pandemic, however, I don’t think teachers like me needed the added pressure of figuring out how to teach a new curriculum online.

Nevertheless, they did it.

TOK teacher Triston McMillan created what I think is a pretty good graphic illustrating what TOK looks like now. It would require an explanation to students, but it’s a good image. She’s given me permission to republish it here: