The ‘C’ days initiative encourages students to share their cultures, as well as improve the surrounding areas
When Middle Years Programme (MYP) Teacher Melissa Oliveira de Sousa, from Rijnlands international school, in The Netherlands, was invited to Nepal to perform at the Jazzmandu (jazz) festival, she also took the opportunity to teach at local secondary school Shree Yuwa Pratibha Vidya Mandir for two days.
Budding social entrepreneur Camil Chaari discussed his e-recycling project at a climate change conference. He has saved around 5,500kg of CO2 emissions to date
When IB Diploma Programme (DP) student Rachael Totz was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, all the treatments offered by her gastroenterologist failed and left her feeling worse. However, rather than give up, she found an alternative solution to manage her symptoms.
When it comes to implementing change for the greater good of humanity and world peace, maybe some of the world’s leaders could learn a thing or two from IB students.
IB World explores how teachers encourage mistakes to give students confidence in their learning abilities
IB World magazine shares some advice from IB teachers and experts to help children feel confident in their abilities
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 […]
Social media exchange led to Ellie Murphy having a chance meeting with government officials in Rwanda. She got to learn first-hand how the country has progressed
Student chosen as former President Obama’s ‘advisor’
DP students in Indiana organized a huge recycling drive to help an IB World School in Flint during the water crisis
Matt Glanville is the IB’s Head of Assessment Principals and Practice. Here he shares his thoughts on what good quality education really means.
IB World Schools from across the Barents region are working to help create sustainable future societies
One teacher and his students are on a mission to share the differences and similarities between PYP exhibitions around the world
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