Carol Dweck describes why our appreciation of the key distinction between a growth and fixed mindset needs to be presented in a way that specifically resonates with particular cultural values.
Guest author Alethea Bleyberg, member of the EE curriculum review team, shares her thoughts on the role of reflection in the EE process.
Renowned scientist and author Freeman Dyson’s insightful reflections on how underlying economic motivations often drive scientific inquiry provide lots of great ideas for a great extended essay in economics, geography, ESS, and more.
Research ideas: investigating the phenomenon of “phantom limb pain” which can be used to probe a wealth of issues related to the structure of our brains.
Interdisciplinary research ideas related to the famous equation that Frank Drake developed to best assess the likelihood of extraterrestrial intelligence in the universe.
Fascinating research ideas for global politics with related authoritative Ideas Roadshow IBDP video and print resources featuring renowned political scientists.
In this post, we urge students to consider which of the May 2020 TOK essay prescribed titles best correspond to their current interests.