TOK takes learning on the road

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TOK takes learning on the road

Greeley West TOK students gather around Mr. Travis Krause while they hunt for bugs.

Greeley West TOK students gather around Mr. Travis Krause while they hunt for bugs.

Greeley West TOK students gather around Mr. Travis Krause while they hunt for bugs.

Greeley West TOK students gather around Mr. Travis Krause while they hunt for bugs.

Jana Datteri, Staff Writer

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Last Wednesday, the Junior IB TOK class took a trip to Sylvan Dale Ranch in Loveland to learn more about their unit, Indigenous Knowledge, through a hands on activity. At Sylvan Dale Ranch there was lots of open space so the Junior IB class hiked up to a canyon and ate their lunch outdoors.

Indigenous Knowledge is where students learn how to handle various life or death situations. Junior, Antonio Graham, stated, “It was really nice to be able to learn about indigenous knowledge during a hands-on activity rather than reading from a textbook.”

At Sylvan Dale Ranch the guide led the 19 students through different team building activities such as trying to balance on a 2X2 piece of wood all together. Also, the students got to swing on a tire swings for team bonding.

After all of the team building activities the students collected bugs at the river just for a fun activity.

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