When information on all topics explored by humanity to date is contained in the cloud, and in the palms of our students, we must ask ourselves about the role of schools and teachers, their relevance and effectiveness. Anyone who believes that schools and teachers will survive in the next decade by simply repeating the formulas […]
Tag Archives | international-mindedness
This article presents a snapshot view of how the IB learner profile has been used within the context of the Primary Years Programme exhibition.
Using internationalism as a driving force, a Primary Years Programme school community in Germany developed a mini-unit focused on highlighting individual and collective cultural identity and to celebrate yearlong learning experiences.
International-mindedness means very different things to teachers, parents and students around the world, so how do you analyze how an individual develops an internationally minded outlook and behaviours?
Travel buddies promote international-mindedness as they roam the globe and send back photos and information about their travels. These stuffed animals provided by second grade students, tagged and sent on their way are connecting an IB World School to the world.
In this article you will learn how to use the Responsive Classroom practice of morning meetings in the primary years programme class.
This article looks at the concept of religion through a lens of international-mindedness and links to the transdisciplinary theme of ‘Who we are.’
Travelling abroad is an unforgettable experience that is encouraged throughout the International Baccalaureate. Aseel Al-Nasser talks about how the IB’s focus on International mindedness helped her adapt to living in Germany.
This article explores the rich learning that stems from school celebrations and how this links to the PYP attitudes and learner profile as well as developing an internationally minded community.
IB World magazine investigates the ways in which IB World Schools have integrated a successful Mother Tongue (MT) programme, and offers tips to help schools set up their own
From appointing a new school director to buying playground equipment, IB World magazine looks at the integral role student councils have within schools
IB Diploma Programme student Robert Whittaker tells IB World magazine about his experience at the 2015 IB World Student Conference
An IB Diploma Programme student tells IB World magazine how helping others achieve their dreams has fine-tuned her own skills
This article illustrates how technology transforms teaching and learning and how digital tools become commonplace in many classrooms.
This article promotes students development of a deeper intercultural understanding through literature and technology.