Valuable insights into the role of the librarian in the IB Diploma Programme by Jennifer Toerien, Curriculum Librarian for Upper School at Oakham School.
Exploring vital nuances and identifying key concepts associated with TOK prescribed title 2 while highlighting different aspects of the notion of “progress” associated with any given change.
Research ideas following studies that have been done in psychology of the effects of ADHD medication on non-ADHD subjects featuring Prof. Stephen Hinshaw, UC Berkeley.
TOK Sampler Knowledge and Politics features Prof. Brian Epstein, Tuft University, examining how observation of political behaviour might be able to invalidate our political models.
In Part 2 of The Map as Metaphor, guest author Daryl Hitchcock extends maps as a metaphor to the different Areas of Knowledge.
Integrating TOK in history, global politics and philosophy featuring UC Berkeley intellectual historian Martin Jay: How do we know when our collective moral standards are slipping?
One good way to help students decide which of the May 2020 TOK essay prescribed titles is for them is by contemplating why those titles were chosen to begin with.