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Most popular products of 2013

We had a great year here at the IB and introduced many useful new resources. These five products, listed in random order, were the most popular items with IB teachers and students on our website in 2013.

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Triple-threat IB grad innovates magazine for med students

Ajay Major, a 2008 IB Diploma graduate from Valparaiso High School, is a second-year medical student at Albany Medical College. He is the founder of in-Training, an online magazine for medical students. As an aspiring physician-journalist, Ajay serves an international community of medical students to address pressing issues physicians face today.

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TOK arts chapter evaluates the power of images and color

To raise awareness of homelessness, hunger and poverty and encourage positive change around this topic, Parkdale High School students came together during the Arts chapter in TOK to evaluate the power of images and color to evoke empathy from a viewer through the creation of infographics. Original artwork was created in the Visual Arts SLA […]

IB Diploma Programme research shows extended essay improves student approach to learning in higher education

This project involved a series of studies on the extended essay by researchers from McGill University in Canada, Warwick University in the United Kingdom and the University of Virginia in the United States. The overall aim of the project was to explore the learning outcomes attributable to the International Baccalaureate (IB) DP extended essay in […]

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Interview with Santo Kurniawan

“My initial motivations were very practical and revolved around the kind of lifestyle that I thought teaching would offer me. What other job gives you so many days off?! But once I was in the role, I discovered that teaching is my passion.”   – Santo Kurniawan, teacher at Changun American international School

Funding Opportunities: Singaporean Ministry of Trade and Industry Scholarship for Economics

Funding Opportunities: The Singaporean Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) is awarding scholarships to Singaporean nationals and permanent residents planning to begin an undergraduate education in Economics. Scholarships will be awarded to students seeking their economics degrees from top universities in Singapore, the United Kingdom, or the United States.