Planning your TOK course 24-25 webinar

Planning your TOK course 2024-25

Join us for our May 23 free webinar on how to plan and resource a relevant, impactful, and empowering TOK course for 2024-25.

We’re offering two session times to make it easier for your join us live, wherever in the world you’re based: 9.00 AM and 2.00 PM (London time). The webinar running time will be approx. 90 minutes.

Webinar details and registration links

How will you update your TOK programme for 2024-25? TOK, more than any other subject, perhaps, should keep pace with the changing world – and how it has changed over the last 12 months – so it’s important that you develop new content for the new academic year.

How are you handling the way AI tools have moved the goal-posts in terms of knowledge production and acquisition (not to mention, the two TOK assessment tasks!)? How are you helping your students develop the skills to discern mis and dis information from valid knowledge? How are you covering the climate crisis, and how to discern the truth about the way the environment is under threat? Are you including thoughts on the way war and conflict are become the norm in some regions around the world?

What developments within the different themes and areas of knowledge will you be building into your course? What mistakes did you make last year, and what lessons did you learn?

We’ll discuss all of this, and how we’re shifting our own TOK course, by updating its content, and reframing our BQs, to better explore and make sense of what’s going on in the world.

About the webinar 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 interactive, clear, and jargon-free, and offer participants practical takeaways that can be used easily in the classroom. Find out more about him here.

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