IB Core

  • An introduction to TOK, EE and Learner Profile
  • The learner profile and what it means to the biology teacher
  • Examples of incorporating learner profile in biology lessons
  • What every biology teacher should know about TOK
  • Links between biology class and TOK
  • The TOK Essay and the TOK Presentation
  • An introduction to the extended essay
  • Understanding your role as the supervisor
  • Recommended steps in the supervision process
  • Understanding each criterion of the extended essay.
  • Examples of extended essay titles
     
  • Ideas for International Mindedness & Aim 8 in bioogy.

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Extended essay - self review questions 17 July 2015

Once students have completed an outline first draft of their extended essay is it important to check that the contents of...
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TOK - Introduction 18 November 2014

TOK introduces students to the strengths and weaknesses of the different ways that we know things. It's a training in critical...
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Extended Essays - overview 2 October 2014

"..... the extended essay, a substantial piece of writing of up to 4,000 words, enables students to investigate a topic...
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IB learner profile 5 September 2014

The IB learner profile is the IB mission statement translated into a set of learning attributes for the 21st century.According...
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EE Assessment Criteria 2018 14 July 2017

"Supervisors of extended essays should ensure that the official IB assessment criteria are made available to candidates...
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Extended Essay titles 2 October 2014

It is best to help find topics that can be successfully completed by the students themselves. The aim is for students to...
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