IB teachers share their plans, hopes and aspirations for the year ahead From finding new ways to engage students with the IB Learner Profile to creating a more exciting learning environment, IB teachers are already thinking about how they can improve learning and teaching over the next 12 months. “I want to make the classroom […]
This article reflects on the journey of an IB candidate school in Australia and the immediate benefits of a sense of connectedness across the community.
By Adrian Kearney, Director of IB World Schools Globally, students have unlimited access to information and entertainment via the latest apps and gadgets – both throughout their education and in their free time. Technology and connectivity are having a dramatic impact on schools and this is revolutionising good practice for teaching and learning. It is now […]
In this article you will find easy to incorporate practices to ensure all students, including those who identify with the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community, feel safe and supported at school.
IB World Schools from across the Barents region are working to help create sustainable future societies
In this article you will read how a PYP teacher in Colombia experienced her first PYP exhibition learning and guiding process.
One teacher and his students are on a mission to share the differences and similarities between PYP exhibitions around the world
This article highlights a PYP school’s journey towards fostering language and literacy inquiry as an essential tool for achieving the objectives of the programme of inquiry and ultimately, learner success.
This article illustrates how grade 3 students explored different perspectives about technology, and developed their digital literacy and conceptual understanding of the term ‘perspectives’.
By Steven Auslander As educators embrace growing trends and transform mobile apps into effective learning tools, we are interested to hear how IB teachers use technology in the classroom. We recently considered how gaming can be educational and now, in a follow-up to the post The Skype’s the limit, by Skype Master, Steve Auslander, we hear how […]
An alternative provision post-16 academy in the UK, which works with some of the most disenfranchised young people in the country, is the first school of its kind to offer the IB Diploma Programme. Head Teacher Gemma Dixon tells IB World how her team is transforming lives
Students at Global Jaya School in Indonesia took part in an initiative to share what gender parity looks like ‘from where they stand’
This article challenges the idea that being creative means “to think outside the box”. It argues that early years students need to develop a solid understanding of rules and frameworks as well as skills in order to engage in successful creative process
As educators embrace growing trends and transform mobile apps into effective learning tools, we are interested to hear how IB teachers use technology in the classroom. We recently considered how gaming can be educational and now we hear how Skype Master, Steve Auslander, thrives on bringing his classroom to life with Skype in the Classroom. […]
This article explains the importance of the ability to share the process of students’ learning through online platforms. It shows how a PYP school developed an online portfolio system which provides a continuous record of students’ learning and enables to track the five essential elements, and share these with the wider community.