Would IB programmes work in your context? Learn from the experience of IB World Schools in Spain.
Joel Adams, a Diploma Programme (DP) Curriculum Manger for Visual arts and information technology in a global society explores what design thinking offer us as educators. Is it just the newest buzzword on the ed-block or might it help inform, change and shape our pedagogy in 2017?
Students graduating from IB World Schools are off to some of the world’s top university destinations. To celebrate, we asked students to join us on Twitter to announce their decisions as part of college signing day.
In 2016, we invited students from the Middle Years Programme (MYP), Diploma Programme (DP) and Career-related Programme (CP) to take part in the Academic Honesty Competition. Students were asked to submit a poster or short film either individually or as part of a team. The results were outstanding and the standard of films and posters was exceptional. Choosing […]
An international charity partners with IB World Schools to help provide free education to the poorest and most remote communities, as IB World investigates
Students from all parts of the world unite to make a difference in their local communities
Alumnus Rachon Sweiss says there’s nothing easy about the DP, but coming out of the other side with your diploma in hand will give you pride and confidence.
By Emmanuelle Werner Service learning is a key element of the creativity, activity, service (CAS) within the Diploma Programme (DP) and also a component of the Career-related Programme (CP) core. It is a wonderful opportunity for students, however, service learning has to be done the right way. Here, at Friends International, we recognize that good […]
Aseel Al-Nasser often gets asked how she was able to receive 42 points on her IB diploma. Her advice boils down to six tips to help students stay focused and organized – including disconnecting from social media.
Inspired by her parents, Diana Ton made sure to follow her passion for the arts throughout her academic studies.
Every year, more than 50,000 IB students compose an independent, research-based, 4,000-word essay on any topic of their choice as part of their Diploma Programme studies. Many students find that it prepares them well for the demands of university essay-writing, others discover new opportunities as a result of investigating a topic that they are, or […]
Students at a boys’ school in Australia boldly stand up to breast cancer
The Omgoi CAS project used an analysis technique to successfully improve the lives of local villagers
Ocie Marie Grimsley talks about rising and adapting to the challenge of the IB Diploma Programme (DP) while juggling a part-time job and extracurricular activities.
Studies show that challenging classroom behaviour is suggestive of learning barriers, but how are IB teachers working with students to overcome these obstacles? IB World investigates