# Welcome to your iFolio

Your iFolio is a school provided web space that you will use throughout your time at CDNIS. You will use your iFolio to define your learning goals, show your learning journey, reflect on your learning and how you have developed ...

# Mathematics is justifiably a different AOK than the natural sciences

Mathematics is justifiably a different AOK than the natural sciences. as when the theory of the natural science is proven, it cannot be disproven, but in mathematics, one way can prove a theory while another way can disprove the theory. ...

# If Ethics and Maths both employ logical thinking and argumentation to produce knowledge, can claims in ethics be as well justified as those in Math? Discuss.

If Ethics and Maths both employ logical thinking and argumentation to produce knowledge, can claims in ethics be as well justified as those in Math? Discuss.
Ethics cannot be claimed in math, as there a some times where math can be ...

# APPLYING COHERENCE AND CORRESPONDENCE IN A TOK ESSAY

Coherence in the topic of math is correct within itself but not in the real world, where correspondence would mean mathematics is correct and can be applied to both the real world and itself. In this case, mathematics is neither. ...

# WHEN MATHEMATICIANS AND SCIENTISTS USE THE WORD ‘PROVE,’ DO THEY MEAN THE SAME THING?

I don't think they are the same, as when scientist prove something, it can be unproven at a later time, but in math, there is no way it can be disproved. Also, in math, something can be proven in more ...

# INTRO TO MATH

Reflection Questions
As you respond to these questions, try to focus on exercising your TOK thinking skills.
Some questions are more ‘open’ than others.
You can choose not to respond to one of these questions.
Do not spend more than ~20 minutes ...

# “Without the group to verify it, knowledge is not possible.”

The first thing that needs to be discussed is what makes up a group. A group of people can be defined as 3-4 people working together, or could even be a bigger clump of people. Also, the group of people ...

# Unlike The Arts, Science tells us something valuable about the world.

For argument:
Science is based on facts and statistics, while art can be interpreted in many ways by different people. Sciences are testable and can be built upon with every new experiment, and have physical evidence to support a piece of ...

# TOK

What is a hypothesis? A hypothesis is basically a educated guess on the prediction of something that will happen with little or maybe no information. A hypothesis will be proved in the future. To choose between 2 hypothesis, one may ...

# TOK

What a pseudoscience is, is basically 'a collection of beliefs or practices mistakenly regarded as being based on scientific method.' There is no exact definition of art, as it has evolved over the years from going from a literal peice of ...