Experienced theory of knowledge (TOK) teachers; creativity, activity, service (CAS) coordinators; extended essay (EE) coordinators and supervisors and Diploma Programme (DP) coordinators and librarians.
This workshop is intended to provide you with an opportunity to explore and apply the criteria and descriptors used for assessing work in TOK, CAS and the EE. The workshop revolves around sample student work in TOK to provide you with specific examples of work and how it is assessed. Sample extended essays are also used in this way. In addition, you can discuss possible CAS activities to help clarify the criteria used to assess student growth. In all instances, the workshop involves you in assessing work rather than merely listening to presentations about rubrics. The IB learner profile and the goal of international-mindedness will serve as the two overarching themes informing the discussion of these different assessments.
Choose category 3 workshops to go more deeply into areas you enjoy and to deepen your understanding and mastery of a particular area or subject.
Note: Teachers and other school leaders who do not teach in an IB World School but wish to sample IB learning may choose to participate in many of our workshops. Please refer to the “Recommended for” information in each workshop description.
|Dates:||Friday 27th November – Sunday 29th November 2020|
|Venue:||University of Warwick Conference Centre.|
|Registration:||Anytime between 13:00 and 14:00 on Friday 27th|
12:45 on Sunday 29th November