Free Audible IB Theory of Knowledge Print and Online Course Book Pack: Oxford IB Diploma Program By Eileen Dombrowski –

Your first login to your Online Course Books will be facilitated by a printed access card that will be sent to you in the mail Build confident critical thinkers who can process and articulate complex ideas in relevant, real life contexts The enquiry based approach actively drives independent thought and helps learners connect ideas and frameworks while pushing them above and beyond typical TOK boundaries The course book pack is completely mapped to thesyllabus Coach students to confidently process and articulate higher order thinking through an enquiry based approach The most comprehensive match to thesyllabus frameworks and approach, including support direct from the IB Help learners actively connect ideas and frameworks across curricular boundaries Progress students above and beyond TOK learning boundaries and push the limits of their understanding Written by a TOK workshop leader and expert in enquiry based learning with overyears experience teaching TOK in international schools Easily navigate through the syllabus with a practical and straightforward learning pathway Actively drive skills development through lots of practice and activities students will apply skills immediately Make global connections to real life contexts and world issues with the strongly international focus Ensure learners truly understand all the essential foundations supporting Skills Practice resource builds confidence right from the start Includes one print course book and one online course book Multiplatform access, compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, tablets andThe license expires st December About the Series Oxford s IB Diploma Course Books are essential resource materials designed in cooperation with the IB to provide students with extra support through their IB studies Course Books provide advice and guidance on specific course assessment requirements, mirroring the IB philosophy and providing opportunities for critical thinking