Ideas Roadshow’s IBDP Portal offers an extensive, IB-specific database of reliable video and digital print resources explicitly created to meet the needs of both teachers and students throughout the Diploma Programme. Our user-friendly database offers a strong pedagogical framework where Theory of Knowledge is the backbone of interdisciplinarity throughout all resources.
A unique collection of engaging, authoritative resources plus helpful supporting materials for the extended essay, for TOK (for the present and the new TOK course), to integrate TOK across the DP curriculum and motivational and curriculum-related resources across 21 DP subjects for teaching and learning.
More than 80 internationally-renowned experts (including three Nobel Laureates) at prestigious institutions around the world, including Harvard, Oxford, Cambridge, Princeton, UC Berkeley, The National University of Singapore, and Queensland University have participated in our effort to connect the IB Diploma Programme with the fascinating world of research to help students succeed the DP and gain acceptance in a top-level university.
“The quality of the resources is consistently impressive and each one is directly linked to a specific area of the curriculum, making lesson planning very straightforward. The students really engage with the material and the way in which it brings aspects of the curriculum to life as well as engaging them in thinking about Theory of Knowledge ideas in a direct way. I cannot imagine teaching without it now.”
Naomi Williams, DP Coordinator
“In planning my lessons around the new Theory of Knowledge curriculum, I have embedded the wonderful resources from Ideas Roadshow’s IBDP Portal into my daily classes. The articles, videos, and examples are invaluable in helping my students to conceptualize Theory of Knowledge ideas within real-world contexts. In addition, Ideas Roadshow provides students with an ideal on-line environment in which to conduct their research as they ponder knowledge questions, plan their exhibitions, and write their essays“.
Dr. Carolyn Norris, Theory of Knowledge Teacher, TASIS England