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This page is dedicated to TOK teachers. I want to share some teaching notes, with the hope that they turn out to be useful.

Downloads and links:

  • Theory-based TOK Syllabus: This is a list of epistemology topics which could be used in the TOK course.
  • TOKMatrix (ver. 1): This is an attempt to link the different Areas of Knowledge with the four Ways of Knowing. I’ll try to keep the matrix updated and add new ideas.
  • Presentation Checklist: This is an interpretation of the assessment criteria, which should help in marking the presentation. Maybe it’s helpful, maybe not.

(check again soon, under construction)

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Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.

- Albert Einstein -
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