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Ten perspectives on international-mindedness

How do Students, teachers, and leaders in IB school communities view the concept of International-mindedness? Ten IB community members share their perspective on the concept and why it is central to the IB educational philosophy.

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Max Kirsch ties together human rights, anthropology, and IB course development (part one)

“In my view, being an examiner is a type of fieldwork: it allows for a kind of participant/observation in the learning and assessment process that cannot be gained in any other way. The examining position provides a birds-eye view of what our students understand and are learning, and how their perspectives constantly change.”