Teacher Skills Forum 2019
Sunday, March 10 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Integrating Critical Thinking Across the IB Continuum

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Using Bloom's Cognitive Domain as a backdrop for exploring the ways in which critical thinking skills are integrated across the IB continuum,participants will be placed in heterogeneous groupings with members from the PYP, MYP, and DP in each group to share and learn from one another. Bloom's is presented interactively-- meta-teaching the Cognitive Domain through domain itself-- with groups designing snap assessments per each level before investigating the ways in which the IB aligns its aims, objectives and assessment structures to the Cognitive Domain in respective subject areas and grade levels.
Previous versions of this session have revealed that even educators extensively familiar with Bloom's receiving new and practical way to utilise the model in their respective classrooms.

The goals:
- To provide an overview of the ways in which critical thinking skills are implemented across the IB continuum.
- For educators across the IB continuum to share and learn from one another regarding how to integrate critical thinking into their respective classrooms.
- To provide an interactive, practical session that uses Bloom's Cognitive Domain to teach Bloom's Cognitive Domain in a way that aligns with the IB's aims, objectives and assessment structures per subject area and grade level..

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Shane Horn

Theory of Knowledge Coordinator, Amman Baccalaurete School
Shane Horn is the Theory of Knowledge Coordinator and teacher of TOK, Literature & Performance, and Theatre at the IB College of Amman Baccalaureate School. He has taught courses in the social sciences, humanities, literary studies and performing arts across international schools... Read More →

Sunday March 10, 2019 3:00pm - 4:30pm EET
Harranah 6 - First Floor