The TOK exhibition is focused on one of the 35 prompts and three “objects” chosen by the students. Review the prompt and object guidelines requirement and see how you could use the following for one section of an exhibition.
“A Grade 4 lesson that included material critical of Alberta’s oil industry prompted a Facebook debate among parents that devolved into threats and prompted the school to call in the RCMP and cancel a holiday dance.” https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/alberta/article-rcmp-intervene-after-school-lesson-on-albertas-oil-industry-prompts/
Prompt #13. How can we know that current knowledge is an improvement upon past knowledge?
How does politics affect improvement in knowledge?
How we know that a curriculum is an improvement upon past knowledge?
Prompt #14. Does some knowledge belong only to particular communities of knowers?
Does local control over education mean that some knowledge belong only to particular communities of knowers?
Prompt #15. What constraints are there on the pursuit of knowledge?
How does politics add constraints on the pursuit of knowledge?
How does business’ influence on education add constraints on the pursuit of knowledge?