Welcome to our blog for IBDP teachers and students!
Three times each week we share specific insights and ideas to help subscribers to Ideas Roadshow’s IBDP Portal get the most out of our extensive collection of video and digital print resources.
TOK Tuesdays feature specific insights on how Ideas Roadshow’s IBDP Portal can directly assist TOK teachers and students, Extending Wednesdays highlight specific themes students might wish to pursue for their extended essay plus related Ideas Roadshow resources, while Connecting Thursdays feature concrete examples of how our resources can be used to explicitly integrate TOK across the DP curriculum.
To what extent is the popularity of a procedure related to its validity? In Musical Illusions, Prof. Diana Deutsch, UC San Diego, describes how the celebrated Octave Illusion can be directly applied to the wold of clinical medicine.
In ADHD medication on non-ADHD subjects, we feature fascinating ideas for an extended essay related to the effects of ADHD medication on non-ADHD subjects featuring the research done by Prof. Stephen Hinshaw, UC Berkeley. Read more…
In A Body of Information, we highlight a real-world example of TOK-related thinking in Computer Science featuring quantum computer pioneer Prof. Artur Ekert, University of Oxford & National University of Singapore.