Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Theory of Knowledge Course Companion

Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Theory of Knowledge Course Companion

By Eileen Dombrowski, Lena Rotenberg, Mimi Bick
US$ 56.99
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Book Description

Build confident critical thinkers who can process and articulate complex ideas in relevant, real-life contexts. The inquiry-based approach actively drives independent thought and helps learners explore ideas, questions and perspectives, equipping them with a higher level of critical awareness. Developed directly with the IB for the current syllabus. Help learners confidently process, analyze and articulate complex ideas through an inquiry-based approach Enable
reflective, critical discussion via classroom activities that provide a rich basis for guided inquiry Encourage an open-minded, analytical perspective through a methodology firmly grounded in questioning Develop transferable critical thinking skills and enable skills application to the areas of
knowledge and the wider world Support balanced comprehension of both the AOKs and the WOKs for a holistic understanding of how knowledge is created Navigate the current syllabus with a clear and logical learning pathway that takes you right from the

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Part 1 Constructing Knowledge: Key Concepts
    • 1. Recognizing Perspectives
    • 2. Gaining Knowledge
    • 3. Seeking Truth
  • Part 2 Ways of Knowing
    • 4. Exchanging Knowledge
    • 5. Sense Perception as a Way of Knowing
    • 6. Memory as a Way of Knowing
    • 7. Reason as a Way of Knowing
    • 8. Language as a Way of Knowing
    • 9. Emotion as a way of knowing
    • 10. Faith
    • 11. Imagination
    • 12. Intuition
    • 13. Ways of Knowing, areas of Knowledge
  • Part 3 Areas of Knowledge
    • 14. Shared knowledge: Taking Compass bearings
    • 15. The Arts
    • 16. Ethics
    • 17. History
    • 18. The Human sciences
    • 19. The Natural Sciences
    • 20. Mathematics
    • 21. Indigenous knowledge
    • 22 Religious knowledge
  • Part 4 Support for tOK assessment
    • 23. Assessment
  • Index
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