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TOK(Theory of Knowledge) is a program about analytical thinking and probing into the method of comprehending, rather than about acquiring a particular body of information. It is a focus factor that all Diploma Programme. TOK and the Diploma Programme subjects should encourage each other in the understanding that they reference each other and assign some common goals. The TOK program studies how we understand what we claim to understand. It does this by supporting learners to examine education claims and examine education problems. A theory claim is an affirmation that “I/we comprehend X” or “I/we comprehend how to Y”, or a declaration about education; a theory question is an open question about understanding. This difference is designed as a tool to help educators create their TOK program and to help learners explore the nature of learning.
Goals: The purposes of the TOK course are to · exhibit a fascination with the abundance of information as a human endeavor, and a knowledge of the empowerment that supports from reflecting on it; · exhibit an experience of how learning is created, critically examined, assessed, and restored, by communities and individuals; · encourage learners to show on their practices as learners, in everyday life, and in the Diploma Programme, and to make links between academic disciplines and between thoughts, feelings, and actions; · stimulate an interest in the variety of ways of thought and ways of existence of people, and an awareness of individual and ideological theories, including participants’ own; · support causes of the obligations beginning from the connection between education, the society, and the self as a resident of the world.
Objectives: Having heeded the TOK course, learners should be able to
1. analyze critically understanding claims, their underlying hypotheses, and their implications;
2. generate questions, statements, theories, hypotheses, alternative approaches, and possible resolutions in answer to education issues concerning fields of understanding, ways of understanding, and learners’ own experience as students;
3. exhibit knowledge of various aspects on education issues;
4. form connections and make efficient associations among different strategies to understanding issues that arise from areas of information, ways of knowing technical positions, and cultural values;
5. confirm an experience to give a peculiar, self-aware acknowledgment to a knowledge issue;
Activities, Expectations, Assessments: All trainees are required to perform the two IBO-specified evaluations for the TOK course:
1) An essay of 1,200-1,600 words on a topic determined from a list of ten topics (“titles”) prescribed by the IBO, to be completed by early March. This essay will be assessed externally.
2) An oral presentation (individually or in pairs) on a knowledge issue of the student’s choice, to be completed by the end of March. This presentation will be assessed internally.