ACT means authentic critical thinking. It means helping your students to challenge – rather than confirm – their biases and assumptions about the world, and become nuanced, sophisticated, objective knowers about the world.
But how do you introduce and develop ACT within the classroom? This section guides you as you seek to develop the authentic critical thinking of all your students, regardless of their age or educational programme.
Manage ACT in your school
Click on the buttons below to take you to the pages for managing ACT in your school. If you have any questions about our memberships, workshops, and other TOK support services, don’t hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. To become a member of the site, follow this link.
Turn all your teachers into critical thinking teachers!
Our workshops demonstrate to all teachers – whatever their level, programme, or specialisation – how they can develop authentic critical thinking.
They’re engaging, jargon-free, and hands-on, and provide practical takeaways that can be applied in the classroom to help students become nuanced knowers about the world. Find out more here, and read our workshop brochure here.