How to create a TOK exhibition

From working out what constitutes an exhibition object, to working out what context to use in your commentary, many students – and teachers! – are still unsure how to tackle the TOK exhibition, which is why Michael and Andrew got together to discuss how to get it right, and avoid the most common mistakes.

Choose an individual ticket if you’ll be using the discussion and guidance on your own, or a group ticket if you’ll be sharing the resources with a class or department.

Purchase the webinar recording and presentation

The webinar identifies the key assessment targets of the TOK exhibition, discusses unpacking the prompts, and how to choose your three objects to link to it. We also discuss what contexts will work best for your choices, and how to write your commentary.

Your ticket gives you access to the debrief document, including the recording, presentation, and responses to FAQs.

Choose the group ticket if you will be sharing the recording with staff and students, or the individual ticket if you’ll be using the webinar resources on your own.

Michael Dunn – Founder of

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.

Andrew Rothman – Head of Secondary, Newton College, Lima

Prior to his current role as head of secondary at Newton College, Andrew worked in both state and independent schools in the US and abroad and has served as a consultant on issues related to instructional leadership for projects sponsored by the World Bank and Peruvian Ministry of Education.

Andrew graduated with Honors in History from Wesleyan University and has a Master’s degree in Education from Harvard, where he was awarded the Donald Oliver Fellowship.

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