Theory Of Knowledge

All Owl Tutors are qualified teachers. We offer one-to-one Theory of Knowledge (TOK) tuition to students working towards their IB qualifications.  Our TOK tutors bring with them a wealth of experience (with some having examined for the IB) and specialise in providing online tuition to students based all over the world.  Refine your results by using the search box above, or view all TOK tutors below:

History, Philosophy, Politics, RE, Sociology, Theory of Knowledge & Other

0 hours available per week

Biology, Chemistry & Theory of Knowledge

10 hours available per week

Biology, Chemistry, English, Maths, Philosophy, Physics & Theory of Knowledge

15 hours available per week

History & Theory of Knowledge

3 hours available per week

Recent blog posts

IB Theory of Knowledge Presentation: choosing a Real-Life Situation (RLS)

In this blog Calum explores the presentation component of the IB's Theory of Knowledge assessment He gives a detailed overview of the format outlines the importance of including real-life situations and offers a helpful guide...

What is Theory of Knowledge in the IB and how does it work?

In this blog Calum sets out the principle ideas and terminology of the Theory of Knowledge course a mandatory part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma He de-mystifies some of the language used in the ToK...

7 Plus preparation: Types of interview questions to practice

In the final part of the Types of Plus preparation series Meredith describes some of the different interview questions that could come up and offers some tips to prepare for them...

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Wednesday, 25th January 2017