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I bring over 10 years of teaching experience within diverse learning environments. I have held leadership and teaching positions within the international school sector. This shop mainly specialises in my passion for the humanities subjects, in addition to some wider whole school resources. I consider it important to provide students with digital visual resources that set the pace of the course learning. All resources are tried/tested, while reviewed and adapted where required.

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I bring over 10 years of teaching experience within diverse learning environments. I have held leadership and teaching positions within the international school sector. This shop mainly specialises in my passion for the humanities subjects, in addition to some wider whole school resources. I consider it important to provide students with digital visual resources that set the pace of the course learning. All resources are tried/tested, while reviewed and adapted where required.
IB Diploma 3: The Theory of Knowledge - Political Perspectives
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IB Diploma 3: The Theory of Knowledge - Political Perspectives

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
Philosophy: 2. Epistemology - Intro to Empiricism
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Philosophy: 2. Epistemology - Intro to Empiricism

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This PPt resource aims to follow A-Level philosophy, but is adaptable for different age groups and students who want to learn some of the fundamentals within epistemology.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the paramount questions of: ‘What is Knowledge?’ and ‘How Do We Know?’.  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with external links attached for students to explore.
Philosophy: 1. Epistemology - What is Knowledge?
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Philosophy: 1. Epistemology - What is Knowledge?

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This PPt resource aims to follow A-Level philosophy, but is adaptable for different age groups and students who want to learn some of the fundamentals within epistemology.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the paramount questions of: ‘What is Knowledge?’ and ‘How Do We Know?’.  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with external links attached for students to explore.
IB Diploma 1: The Theory of Knowledge - Dare to Think?
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IB Diploma 1: The Theory of Knowledge - Dare to Think?

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs.
Authority and Power
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Authority and Power

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Intro and general understanding of the difference between Authority and Power. Can be used in different contexts.
IB Diploma 6: The Theory of Knowledge - Seeking Truth
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IB Diploma 6: The Theory of Knowledge - Seeking Truth

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
Philosophy: 3. Epistemology - David Hume
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Philosophy: 3. Epistemology - David Hume

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This PPt resource aims to follow A-Level philosophy, but is adaptable for different age groups and students who want to learn some of the fundamentals within epistemology.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the paramount questions of: ‘What is Knowledge?’ and ‘How Do We Know?’.  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with external links attached for students to explore.
IB Diploma 2: The Theory of Knowledge - Cultural Perspectives
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IB Diploma 2: The Theory of Knowledge - Cultural Perspectives

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
IB Diploma 4: The Theory of Knowledge - Gaining Knowledge
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IB Diploma 4: The Theory of Knowledge - Gaining Knowledge

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
IB Diploma 5: The Theory of Knowledge - Types of Knowledge
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IB Diploma 5: The Theory of Knowledge - Types of Knowledge

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
IB Diploma 7: The Theory of Knowledge - Ways of Knowing
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IB Diploma 7: The Theory of Knowledge - Ways of Knowing

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This PPt resource aims to follow the IB Diploma Theory of Knowledge specification.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the fundamental question of: How Do We Know?  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with guided study for students to write reflection logs
Finding Virtues Assembly
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Finding Virtues Assembly

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Finding virtues assembly is an introduction to the Aristotle way of going beneath the surface to explore what virtues are and how we can conceptualise them.
Philosophy: 4. Epistemology: Logical Positivism
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Philosophy: 4. Epistemology: Logical Positivism

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This PPt resource aims to follow A-Level philosophy, but is adaptable for different age groups and students who want to learn some of the fundamentals within epistemology.  A thorough and complete resource with great visuals that is engaging for the students to explore the paramount questions of: ‘What is Knowledge?’ and ‘How Do We Know?’.  Learning intentions, starter questions, main body content, discussion tasks, thinking exercises, academic insights, plenaries, combined with extension and challenge opportunities throughout this series of lessons.  This resource can be used over 1/2 lessons of content with external links attached for students to explore.