Home » Posts » Theory of Knowledge

Tagged Theory of Knowledge

The Newman School

BOSTON, MA-The Newman School provides a diverse student body with a college preparatory, liberal arts education based on Judeo-Christian values, intellectual rigor, and trust, guided by the spirit and philosophy of John Henry Cardinal Newman. The school encourages students to recognize the relationship between personal and intellectual growth, and seeks to nurture the intellect, and …

Read More

Mendham High School IB Program

MENDHAM, NJ. Dr. Kathy Kremins merged The Art of Learning with Mendham High’s International Baccalaureate Theory of Knowledge course. Seventy students participated in this pilot program. Many passionately discussed The Art of Learning in an online forum and wrote inspiring essays about the material. At the end of the program, the JW Foundation had the …

Read More

Flagler Palm Coast High School IB Program

PALM COAST, FL. Diane Tomko added another International Baccalaureate program to our list of collaborations at the Flagler Palm Coast High School. She shared the book with her 36 senior Theory of Knowledge students; offered a book study program for parents, held a literary lunch with freshman students in her Inquiry Skills class, during which …

Read More

Agoura High School IB Program

AGOURA HILLS, CA. Andrew Staiano is using The Art of Learning as a teaching tool in his Theory of Knowledge class and sharing it with the Agoura High School soccer team. Andrew says: “I would like to use these books with my soccer players in order to help explain the art of the endgame, the …

Read More

Ben Davis High School IB Program

INDIANAPOLIS, IN. Robert Chin attended the Art of Learning breakout session at the IB Conference of the Americas and was inspired to work with the book in his Senior IB Theory of Knowledge class and his IB English and AP English courses. 180 students are being impacted by the book’s concepts.  He has recently begun …

Read More