Theory of Knowledge t course Type 2 Written under the Theory of Knowledge Framework 2009



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Board Endorsed February 2011




Theory of Knowledge


T Course


Type 2

Written under the


Theory of Knowledge Framework 2009

Accredited from

1 January 2011 to 31 December 2015

Extended 2016

Student Capabilities

All programs of study for the ACT Senior Secondary Certificate should enable students to become:

creative and critical thinkers

enterprising problem-solvers

skilled and empathetic communicators

informed and ethical decision-makers

environmentally and culturally aware citizens

confident and capable users of technologies

independent and self-managing learners

collaborative team members

and provide students with:

a comprehensive body of specific knowledge, principles and concepts

a basis for self-directed and lifelong learning

personal attributes enabling effective participation in society


The Student Capabilities (Year 11-12), can be mapped to the Essential Learning Achievements in Every Chance to Learn: the curriculum framework for ACT Schools (P-10). Student capabilities are supported through course and unit content, and through pedagogical and assessment practices.




Type 2 Course Accreditation/Adoption Form




Choose one of the following:

 adoption of Type 2 course

adoption of additional units





Scope: The college is entered on the National Register to award Certificates delivered by this course

 Yes  No (Adoption of V courses only)



College:

Course Title: Theory of Knowledge

Classification:  A  T  M  V

Framework: Theory of Knowledge

Course Area:

Course Code:

Dates of Course Accreditation:

From

1 / 1 / 2011

To

31 / 12 / 2016

Unit Prefix

Unit Title(s)

Value (1.0/0.5)

Length

Unit Codes




Introduction, Reason, Emotion & the Self

1.0

S







Introduction to Philosophy

0.5

Q







Reason, Emotion and the Self

0.5

Q







Language, Meaning and Ethics

1.0

S







Language and Meaning

0.5

Q







Ethics

0.5

Q







Ways of Knowing

1.0

S







Ways of Knowing: Areas of Knowledge

0.5

Q







Ways of Knowing: Areas of Reflection

0.5

Q







Aesthetics and Truth

1.0

S







Aesthetics

0.5

Q







Theories of Truth

0.5

Q







Independent Research Project

0.5

Q







Ethics and Contemporary Life

1.0

S




Accreditation: The course and units named above are consistent with the goals of the Course Framework and are signed on behalf of the

Course Development Coordinator:

/ /


Panel Chair:

/ /


OR (delete box that does not apply)

Adoption/Alteration: The adopting College has the human and physical resources to implement the course. Written Evaluation for small changes, and details of and reasons for Adoptions, Extensions, and addition of units are outlined on the Supporting Statement.

Principal:

/ /


College Board Chair:

/ /







Type 2 Course Accreditation/Adoption Supporting Statement

Provides support for information on the Course Accreditation/Adoption Form
Written Evaluation for small changes, reasons for Adoption of a Type 2 course or Addition of units
For V courses indicate the certificate the college will award.

College:




Course Code:

Course Title: Theory of Knowledge










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