This article illustrates how grade 3 students explored different perspectives about technology, and developed their digital literacy and conceptual understanding of the term ‘perspectives’.
By Steven Auslander As educators embrace growing trends and transform mobile apps into effective learning tools, we are interested to hear how IB teachers use technology in the classroom. We recently considered how gaming can be educational and now, in a follow-up to the post The Skype’s the limit, by Skype Master, Steve Auslander, we hear how […]
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
Students at Global Jaya School in Indonesia took part in an initiative to share what gender parity looks like ‘from where they stand’
They have volunteered to teach essential swimming skills to hundreds of children in the community
This article challenges the idea that being creative means “to think outside the box”. It argues that early years students need to develop a solid understanding of rules and frameworks as well as skills in order to engage in successful creative process
As educators embrace growing trends and transform mobile apps into effective learning tools, we are interested to hear how IB teachers use technology in the classroom. We recently considered how gaming can be educational and now we hear how Skype Master, Steve Auslander, thrives on bringing his classroom to life with Skype in the Classroom. […]
Are you an IB teacher in the US and grappling with how to align the requirements of both the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) with your IB programme? We asked Dr Sudha Sunder from KDSL Global, to tell us about NGSS and the new resource for IB teachers that she produced in collaboration with several […]
MYP student’s production aims to change perceptions and increase understanding
We are delighted to introduce this new series of stories from IB World magazine that bring to life the wonderful initiatives undertaken by IB students and educators from around the globe. The stories focus on community activity and really bring service learning to life. Follow these stories on Twitter @IBWorldmag #IBcommunitystories and share your own great stories and experiences by […]
This article explains the importance of the ability to share the process of students’ learning through online platforms. It shows how a PYP school developed an online portfolio system which provides a continuous record of students’ learning and enables to track the five essential elements, and share these with the wider community.
A series of speaking events by inspiring individuals who have taken action to help others is empowering PYP students to do the same in Texas
IB World investigates what unconscious bias means in a classroom setting and if it’s possible to mitigate its impact
In this article you will see how the big picture of the PYP exhibition is based on both the ideal and real world examples.
Alyson Galow wants to reduce the amount of time visually impaired people have to wait before receiving a guide dog