The design of the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) class supports reflection, inquiry, and research. Students must come to class each day with open minds and tolerant attitudes. We will investigate the four ways of knowing (perception, reason, emotion, and language) and the areas of knowledge (mathematics, human sciences, natural sciences, literature, ethics, and the arts) as we explore the basis of "knowledge."Check the course description to see what we will be doing for the next two semesters:Theory of Knowledge Course DescriptionReview the types of projects and inquiry we enjoyed last spring. (IB Juniors, this is how we will begin the spring semester.)The Basis of TruthThe Physiological Basis of PerceptionIntroduction to Theory of Knowledge
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HANDBOOK FOR IB DIPLOMA PROGRAM (EVERYTHING ABOUT THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE IB DIPLOMA PROGRAMME): IB HANDBOOK
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