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Theory of Knowledge Conference (February 2016)

For the first time, Wellspring students will be taking part in the Theory of Knowledge (ToK) conference held annually in AUB. We appreciate the efforts of our colleagues at ACS for arranging this event and inviting our participation...
Theory of Knowledge Conference: February 2016
For the first time, Wellspring students will be taking part in the Theory of Knowledge (ToK) conference held annually in AUB. We appreciate the efforts of our colleagues at ACS for arranging this event and inviting our participation. The theme of this year’s conference is “Origins of Ethics: Where do Ethics come from?
 
The conference will open on Thursday 18 February with a keynote address by Father Boulos Wehbe, a senior lecturer at Notre Dame University. This will be held in the Bathish Auditorium, AUB West Hall from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. 
 
On Friday 19 and Saturday 20 February, our Grade 12 students will present their ToK topics; this is the culminating work from the ToK course. Along with the ToK essay, the presentation is assessed according to set criteria. ToK is central to the IB diploma; it is what gives the IB programme its unique and highly respected reputation.
 
Parents and guests are welcome. Below is the schedule of the conference; specific times of student presentations will be available soon:

 

Thursday, February 18th:
4:30-6:00         Opening ceremony- (Bathish Auditorium – AUB west hall)
Keynote speaker- Father Boulos Wehbe
Friday, February 19th:
8:30-9:30         Keynote speakerDr. Imad Saoud (Bathish Auditorium)
9:30-10:00       Breakfast  
10:10-10:40     Parallel student presentations 1 
10:50-11:20     Parallel student presentations 2
11:30-12:00     Parallel student presentations 3
12:00-12:45     Lunch
12:45-1:15       Parallel student presentations 4
1:25-1:55         Parallel student presentations 5
2:05-2:35         Parallel student presentations 6
2:45-3:15         Parallel student presentations 7
3:15-3:30         Closure of the first day (Assembly Hall)
 Saturday, February 20th:
9:00-10:00       Keynote speakerMr. Fateh Azzam
10:00-10:30     Breakfast  
10.30-11.00     Parallel student presentations 8 
11:10-11:40     Parallel student presentations 9
11:50- 12:20    Parallel student presentations 10
12:20-1:05       Lunch
1:05-1:35         Parallel student presentations 11
1:45-2:15         Parallel student presentations 12
2:20                 Closing ceremony (Assembly Hall)
 
Kathleen Saleh
DP Coordinator
Guidance Counselor
TOK Coordinator
EE Coordinator
DP Economics Teacher

 

Theory of Knowledge Conference: February 2016
 
For the first time, Wellspring students will be taking part in the Theory of Knowledge (ToK) conference held annually in AUB. We appreciate the efforts of our colleagues at ACS for arranging this event and inviting our participation. The theme of this year’s conference is “Origins of Ethics: Where do Ethics come from?
The conference will open on Thursday 18 February with a keynote address by Father Boulos Wehbe, a senior lecturer at Notre Dame University. This will be held in the Bathish Auditorium, AUB West Hall from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. 
On Friday19 February and Saturday 20 February, our Grade 12 students will present their ToK topics; this is the culminating work from the ToK course. Along with the ToK essay, the presentation is assessed according to set criteria. ToK is central to the IB diploma; it is what gives the IB programme its unique and highly respected reputation.
Parents and guests are welcome. Below is the schedule of the conference; specific times of student presentations will be available soon:
Thursday, February 18th:
4:30-6:00         Opening ceremony- (Bathish Auditorium – AUB west hall)
Keynote speaker- Father Boulos Wehbe
Friday, February 19th:
8:30-9:30         Keynote speakerDr. Imad Saoud (Bathish Auditorium)
9:30-10:00       Breakfast  
10:10-10:40     Parallel student presentations 1 
10:50-11:20     Parallel student presentations 2
11:30-12:00     Parallel student presentations 3
12:00-12:45     Lunch
12:45-1:15       Parallel student presentations 4
1:25-1:55         Parallel student presentations 5
2:05-2:35         Parallel student presentations 6
2:45-3:15         Parallel student presentations 7
3:15-3:30         Closure of the first day (Assembly Hall)
Saturday, February 20th:
9:00-10:00       Keynote speakerMr. Fateh Azzam
10:00-10:30     Breakfast  
10.30-11.00     Parallel student presentations 8 
11:10-11:40     Parallel student presentations 9
11:50- 12:20    Parallel student presentations 10
12:20-1:05       Lunch
1:05-1:35         Parallel student presentations 11
1:45-2:15         Parallel student presentations 12
2:20                 Closing ceremony (Assembly Hall)

 
 
Kathleen Saleh
DP Coordinator
Guidance Counselor
TOK Coordinator
EE Coordinator
DP Economics Teacher 
 

Theory of Knowledge Conference: February 2016
 
For the first time, Wellspring students will be taking part in the Theory of Knowledge (ToK) conference held annually in AUB. We appreciate the efforts of our colleagues at ACS for arranging this event and inviting our participation. The theme of this year’s conference is “Origins of Ethics: Where do Ethics come from?
The conference will open on Thursday 18 February with a keynote address by Father Boulos Wehbe, a senior lecturer at Notre Dame University. This will be held in the Bathish Auditorium, AUB West Hall from 4:30 to 6:00 pm. 
On Friday19 February and Saturday 20 February, our Grade 12 students will present their ToK topics; this is the culminating work from the ToK course. Along with the ToK essay, the presentation is assessed according to set criteria. ToK is central to the IB diploma; it is what gives the IB programme its unique and highly respected reputation.
Parents and guests are welcome. Below is the schedule of the conference; specific times of student presentations will be available soon:
Thursday, February 18th:
4:30-6:00         Opening ceremony- (Bathish Auditorium – AUB west hall)
Keynote speaker- Father Boulos Wehbe
Friday, February 19th:
8:30-9:30         Keynote speakerDr. Imad Saoud (Bathish Auditorium)
9:30-10:00       Breakfast  
10:10-10:40     Parallel student presentations 1 
10:50-11:20     Parallel student presentations 2
11:30-12:00     Parallel student presentations 3
12:00-12:45     Lunch
12:45-1:15       Parallel student presentations 4
1:25-1:55         Parallel student presentations 5
2:05-2:35         Parallel student presentations 6
2:45-3:15         Parallel student presentations 7
3:15-3:30         Closure of the first day (Assembly Hall)
Saturday, February 20th:
9:00-10:00       Keynote speakerMr. Fateh Azzam
10:00-10:30     Breakfast  
10.30-11.00     Parallel student presentations 8 
11:10-11:40     Parallel student presentations 9
11:50- 12:20    Parallel student presentations 10
12:20-1:05       Lunch
1:05-1:35         Parallel student presentations 11
1:45-2:15         Parallel student presentations 12
2:20                 Closing ceremony (Assembly Hall)

 
 
Kathleen Saleh
DP Coordinator
Guidance Counselor
TOK Coordinator
EE Coordinator
DP Economics Teacher 
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