TOK for Group 6: Online workshop

TOK for Group 6 teachers online workshop

TOK for Groups 6 online workshop is designed for arts teachers, TOK teachers, and DP coordinators. We’ll look at how to link Group 6 subjects to TOK, and enrich subject lessons via big ideas, thinkers, and the very latest real-world issues.

We’ll also discuss the bigger picture of integrating TOK with the rest of the DP, looking at why it’s so important, practical ways of making it happen, and the resources teachers will need to ensure they’ll continue doing it long after the end of the workshop.


Date & time: 2nd March 2023, 16.00 – 17.30 (London time)

In session 1, Michael will run through the basics of the TOK course, looking at the aims of the course, and the different themes and areas of knowledge that make up its structure.

We’ll think about how TOK functions as the hub of the DP, and why this provides students with an interconnected learning experience. via the exploration of ‘knowledge questions’, that set up students with discussions and investigations about what they know.

Finally, we’ll look at some of the key ideas and thinkers of the TOK course, that also work well to deepen our understanding of arts subjects.


Date & time: 16th March 2023, 16.00 – 17.30 (London time)

In session 2, we’ll concentrate how TOK can be used to provide students with a framework to investigate and make sense of the latest real-world events and issues related to the arts.

We’ll provide you with a range of examples of contemporary news stories, and think about how to use them to build a better knowledge of both your subject and TOK, as well as making students more aware of what’s going on in the world.

Session 2 will also include a short Q&A session, enabling you to ask questions about integrating TOK.

Register for the workshop $195.00 per person

Register for the workshop by clicking on the Buy Now button. You’ll be sent a workshop pack, giving you more details of the content of the workshop, some preparatory reading, and an invitation to join the Zoom meetings for the two sessions.

The workshop will be a capped at 20 attendees, to enable everyone to play an active role in the workshop. The sessions are scheduled to last 90 minutes, but we’re always generous with our time!

All participants will receive a recording of the workshop after the end of the event, the workshop presentation, a certificate of completion, and support notes to help you continue to draw on TOK. We’ll also be happy to field any questions that you may have by email afterwards. Discounts are available for groups of 4 or more – contact us for details.

About the workshop leader: Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn is the Cambridge-based founder of He has worked as a teacher for nearly 25 years, and has led TOK workshops in schools all over the world. He is one of the world’s most innovative and influential TOK educators.

His PD sessions are highly interactive, clear, and jargon-free, and offer participants practical takeaways that can be used effectively in the classroom. Find out more about him on this page, and see testimonials about his support from members of the site here.

Ask a question about our online workshops

We’ll be happy to answer any question you might have about our online workshops.

These might include queries about the content of workshops, group discounts we offer, how we use Zoom to deliver sessions, workshop materials provided for attendees, or setting up an exclusive workshop for your school.

Please note that is a proudly independent company. Our workshops are not endorsed by the International Baccalaureate.