Professionals from various industries tell IB World magazine what skills they are looking for from the next generation
PYP students lived like a refugee for a day to increase awareness and understanding, which led to wider community service projects
Aseel Al-Nasser often gets asked how she was able to receive 42 points on her IB diploma. Her advice boils down to six tips to help students stay focused and organized – including disconnecting from social media.
An investigation into student-led development of personal lines of inquiry.
“Young people prefer to talk to a trusted teacher about an issue, rather than a health professional,” says Paula Lavis of the UK’s Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition, so if a problem does arise, teachers need to be prepared. IB World investigates how educators can spot the signs
Inspired by her parents, Diana Ton made sure to follow her passion for the arts throughout her academic studies.
This article presents three technology tools to create an exciting environment for inquiry-based learning.
Every year, more than 50,000 IB students compose an independent, research-based, 4,000-word essay on any topic of their choice as part of their Diploma Programme studies. Many students find that it prepares them well for the demands of university essay-writing, others discover new opportunities as a result of investigating a topic that they are, or […]
MYP students’ artwork makes the IB Learner Profile more accessible for the whole school community
In this article you will learn what it is like to be a creative and confident child who loves playing in sandboxes. When adults step back and observe students at play, beautiful, cooperative learning can be observed.
Students at a boys’ school in Australia boldly stand up to breast cancer
Personal Project strives to change attitudes and make a positive difference
Teaching ‘grit’ does build resilience, but encouraging children to persevere through the hard times can also be detrimental to mental health. In the second part of “A deeper look at mental health”, IB World magazine speaks to a school that has struck the right balance, but other schools may be reluctant to follow in its […]
The Omgoi CAS project used an analysis technique to successfully improve the lives of local villagers
This article illustrates how the use of the SOLO Taxonomy allowed our students to progress from shallow to deep thinking.