Learning a new language can be challenging, but IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Amirsaman created a book that will help you succeed in English.
CAS Coordinator Sara Díaz, from the International School of Bologna, Italy, realizes how difficult it can be for students to find time to write their reflections and be creative with them. She tells IB World magazine about her two tried-and-tested top tips that can help.
Are you looking for new ways to keep your students’ attention? IB teachers share their most effective methods with the IB World Magazine.
We are calling all MYP teachers to give us feedback on the MYP unit planning process.
Shwetangna Chakrabarty, IB Diploma Programme (DP) Coordinator at Guangzhou Nanfang International School, China, shares innovative strategies that can help demystify TOK.
IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) students from DPS International reflect on the opportunity to create sustainable clothing and jewelry from waste material.
The International School of Amsterdam (ISA), in The Netherlands was one of the first schools to offer the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) 25 years ago. Coordinator Paul Griffths tells IB World magazine about the significant impact it’s had.
The following infographic is a visual tool for educators to illustrate the difference between Access and Inclusion and Adverse Circumstances.
Three IB alums reflect on their experiences in the Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP) and how their teachers, the learner profile and their projects helped inspire them to pursue a career in education.
We invited IB community members to reflect on the impact an IB education has had on their lives and careers. Jude Russel Ulatan Cuntapay is an IB Diploma Programme (DP) teacher at Southville International School and Colleges, Philippines.
In this third blog, Jayne Pletser, curriculum manager for inclusive education at the IB, shares ways to create a school environment that is committed to the ongoing process of removing barriers to learning for all students to promote equity, access and participation.
Jayne Pletser, curriculum manager for inclusive education at the IB, shares ways to create a classroom that promotes a sense of belonging, safety, self-worth and whole growth so that every student experiences success as a key component of learning.
As the world and its people continue to change, it is increasingly crucial to embrace the diversity and differences that make each individual unique. Through its four programmes, the IB aims to affirm students’ identities and create opportunities to allow for the personal growth of each student.
By Askar Kossybayev and Sagingaliy Kaliyev Since implementing the IB Diploma Programme (DP) and Middle Years Programme (MYP) in 2013, the school community of the Nazarbayev Intellectual School of Astana has become increasingly aware of the positive aspects of these unique programmes, which seek to develop students who will build a better world through intercultural […]
Imagine having a Maasai warrior teaching your students about indigenous communities? The Indigenous Dialogue Project is working to make this possible by connecting Middle Years Programme (MYP) and IB Diploma Programme (DP) students to indigenous perspectives across the world, via video conference.