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Theory of Knowledge
Transcript of Theory of Knowledge
What is it?
How do we teach it?
What do you know?
On 2 post-it notes, write down 2 different things that you know. Add them to the appropriate poster: Experience, Skill, or Fact.
Types of Knowledge
Experiential Knowledge/ Knowledge by Acquaintance
Skill-based Knowledge/ Practical Knowledge
Factual Knowledge/ Knowledge by Description
Shared vs Personal
HOW do you know?
Go back to the knowledge you placed on your posters. Write down how you learned those particular pieces of knowledge.
Ways of Knowing
In Your Unit
Choose one piece of knowledge that you will teach in your first DP unit (experience, skill, or fact). Connect it to 1 or 2 Ways of Knowing; make note of this connection.
When you finish, take a short break.
You've all been assigned a letter that corresponds to a hypothesis. Convince your tablemates that your hypothesis is correct.
Areas of Knowledge
Religious Knowledge Systems
Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Links to Personal Knowledge
Breadth of study. What does the discipline cover?
What are the important ideas of the discipline? What academic vocabulary is used?
How is knowledge created and shared in this discipline?
What are major milestones in the progression of the discipline?
How does an individual impact the discipline, and vice versa?
Statements of definitions-
I know a right triangle has a 90 degree angle.
Statements of personal observation-
I know that I am wearing a blue shirt.
Statements of value/value-judgment-
I know the cafeteria food is delicious.
Statements of impersonal observation-
I know that Spain won the World Cup in 2010.
Statements of predictions based on observable patterns-
I know that the sun will rise tomorrow.
Hypothetical statements based on observation-
I know that if I ask Steve to speak, he will.
Claims of metaphysical knowledge-
I know God created the universe.
knowledge, its acquisition, and/or how one can be certain of 'facts'.
How can we predict future population growth in Africa?
How can a mathematical model give us knowledge even if it does not yield accurate predictions?
How does the placebo effect work?
How could we establish that X is an ‘active ingredient’ in causing Y?
DIRECTIONS: Create at least 2 knowledge questions for your first DP unit.
-understand ToK as an IB subject
-use ToK terminology
-generate 2 Knowledge Questions for your first DP Unit