Disruptive ideas course

Disruptive ideas is our revolutionary new way of delivering the TOK course. Students will learn the key aspects of the course via key ideas, exciting events, and influential thinkers that will disrupt their assumptions, expectations, and biases about the world.

We are in the process of updating all the lessons for the 24-25 academic year (planned completion date – July 2024), adding new real-world situations, and more activities inviting students to think about the relationship between AI tools and knowledge.

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See three sample disruptive lessons by clicking on the images below. To access the other 53, and create a brilliant, challenging, purposeful learning experience for your TOK students, become a faculty member of

Connects to K&K, natural sciences, and human sciences. Also relates to group 3 & 4
Connects to natural sciences, K&K, technology. Also relates to digital society, groups 3 & 4
Connects to the arts and K&K. Also relates to philosophy and group 6 subjects

Help your learners to exit their echo chambers!

Our online and in-person workshops offer the usual support for students writing the essay and exhibition, and TOK departments designing great courses.

But our training sessions go much further than this: by focusing on authentic critical thinking, they demonstrate how to help learners confront, rather than confirm, their biases and assumptions, and exit their echo chambers. This makes them accessible and relevant for all teachers, whatever their subject or programme. Read more here.