Primary Maths and IB Curriculum: Incorporating the Theory of Knowledge into Your Lessons | Independent Preparatory Schools

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Kieran Mackle Primary mathematics specialist
Webinar 1hr

This webinar provides a detailed explanation of the Theory of Knowledge and how it can be applied to the teaching of mathematics on International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes. It will also offer some practical examples which you can incorporate into your own classroom practice.

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For: Leaders, teachers

Aim: This webinar provides a detailed explanation of the Theory of Knowledge and how it can be applied to the teaching of mathematics on International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes. It will also offer some practical examples which you can incorporate into your own classroom practice.

Why this webinar’s important: The Theory of Knowledge is a core component of the IB programme: giving pupils the opportunity to reflect on the nature of understanding; the importance of evidence; and how theories relate to real-world practice. In short, it prompts children to ask “How do we know what we claim to know?”. Schools seeking to enrich their maths provision on IB programmes will benefit from this expert analysis of how incorporating the Theory of Knowledge can not only augment the teaching of this specific subject but also develop pupils’ overall critical thinking and analytical skills.