Full access faculty membership
Faculty membership enables schools to share access to the site and its resources with as many members of your teaching and learning community as you want. You can download and distribute our TOK materials, use any page of the site, and pass on our newsletters to anyone as long as they are a part of your school or university.
Faculty membership features
Faculty members can draw on a complete suite of teaching and learning resources that are designed for your entire teaching faculty – not just your TOK department. Read a selection of the unsolicited testimonials we have received from members here. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here.
Note that membership is designed for your whole school, so with one payment, you are giving your whole teaching faculty access to these resources, and you can download an unlimited number of resources for your students.
Our BQ framework organizes the TOK course into 6 units and 72 lessons, each one driven by the latest real-world issues.
If you prefer to teach the course directly via the core and optional themes, and the AOKs, use our range of classic lesson presentations.
Our unique monthly TOK newsletter looks at the latest events and issues, and links TOK concepts to the real world.
Our Middle Years newsletter is for 12-15 year old students, and helps them to develop their real-world critical thinking.
50 Disruptive Ideas is our third way of structuring the TOK course, and arguably our most innovative and exciting.
Our regular live orientation sessions offer faculty members a tour of the site, and tips on making the most of our resources.
Our DP Integration Tool is the world’s best resource for enabling non-TOK teachers to draw on the course and interlink DP learning.
Our self-guided TOK lessons enable your learners to progress through the TOK course at their own pace.
Investigating issues focuses on a huge range of global issues, and shows how TOK concepts manifest in the real world.
Faculty members receive 15 TOK mini-lessons EVERY month, which can be used by both TOK and non-TOK teachers.
Access discussion documents on each of the 12 key TOK concepts, with quotes, activities, and the latest media sources.
Knowledge Heroes allows you to draw on the ideas of 100 of the most influential thinkers, and link their ideas to TOK.
For each teaching unit, you’ll find an assessment tracker, which enables you to monitor the progress of your students.
Thinking for Yourself is a course for 14-15 year old learners, introducing them to a range of brilliant thinkers and ideas.
The 10M TOK lessons enable you to introduce single key ideas via clear, media-rich lesson presentations.
The EP documents allow you to explore any aspect of the TOK course to any depth, via media sources, questions, and other resources.
TOK via TED draws on 100 different talks related to key TOK ideas, linking them to the course with questions and task.
Inspire and entertain your students via a brilliant range of thought-provoking movies dealing with engaging, intriguing themes.
Our Worldviews lessons enable younger students to explore how we construct our personal and group identities.
What sets our TOK resources apart from anything else available is the support Michael and the team offers.
“You combine practical solutions with attention to aspirational pedagogy and reflection.” Read what people have been saying about us!
Our members appreciate how innovative, engaging, and effective our resources are, partly because they are constantly being updated and edited, partly because they have been developed and improved over years. Read more here.
Purchase your faculty membership – $450.00 per year
Enter the name and email address of the person who will be in charge of your membership, and a password that will work for your whole faculty. To make your purchase, select your preferred credit card, and hit the Purchase now button. If you pay with a credit card, your membership will renew automatically annually, so let us know if you’d prefer to turn this feature off. After you have made payment, you will be asked which username you’d like: this should be a generic username that aligns to your school or university (such as tok@springfieldhigh).
Don’t want to share your membership?
If you are not looking to share your membership with other users, and don’t need access to all our resources, our individual membership may be more suitable for you. Check this out via this page of the site.
Talk to us if you have any questions
If you would like to pay by a different method (such as bank transfer), need additional documentation, are looking for a multiple school discount, or have budget concerns, get in touch with us here. We will be more than happy to discuss your individual needs and requirements.