How do Students, teachers, and leaders in IB school communities view the concept of International-mindedness? Ten IB community members share their perspective on the concept and why it is central to the IB educational philosophy.
Advice from IB alumnus Anna von Wendorff on navigating the college admission process during the holidays. Anna is a freshman at Stanford University in Stanford, California USA and plans to major in Management Science and Engineering.
IB Americas University Relations Manager, Marie Vivas meets with colleagues in Boston and Providence, a region packed with great colleges and universities that welcome IB students every year.
Guest post: CLima Conference director Allana Rumble talks about how their upcoming student-led event will bring together the world’s future leaders.
Earlene Cruz went on her first trip to Europe as an IB student. Semester at Sea took her to Ghana, where a generous family inspired her to bring the world together around food cooked and eaten together.
Judith Fabian was at the heart of the IB programmes long before becoming the Chief Academic Officer. After a history of teaching and implementing the IB programmes in international schools around the globe, and 10 years of spearheading their development at the IB, she has recently left the organization. She took the time to speak to […]
IB World Schools responded eagerly to an invitation from the IB to participate in four pilots of its new School Enhancement Services. We are excited to have our first cohort of schools in place now!
Students and alumni now can officially add IB diploma, coursework or certificates to the education section on their LinkedIn profile with one click – yep, that easy.
The IB is inviting leaders in the field to the IB Peterson Academic Symposium 2015: Making time for creativity: why does it matter? Schools may submit a film that showcases creative practice or apply to become a speaker. The symposium will take place on 23 and 24 of April 2015.
There are 17 schools in Costa Rica that are authorized to deliver the Diploma Programme (DP) with a further 3 schools planned by 2017. The Costa Rican IB Association, Asobitico, continues to be instrumental in the implementation of the DP in Costa Rican schools.
The World Scholar’s Cup (WSC), an international team academic tournament, aims to motivate students of all backgrounds to discover new strengths and practice new skills. Middle Years Programme (MYP) students Rhea Arora, Saidatul Zairin and Salma Tuffaha from The International School London (ISL) in Qatar, are preparing for the final “Tournament of Champions”.
Assessment Access and Inclusion Manager, Kala Parasuram, explores how the IB has developed its access and inclusion agenda, leading by example and taking the international community on this fundamental and important journey.
Get the inside story on the new design technology course. It aims to facilitate the development of students as designers, focusing on invention and innovation. Plus, see the work of Ting-Ting Chou a 2010 IB Graduate from NIST International School, Bangkok, Thailand.
Equipping parents, grandparents, teachers and child care providers with practical ideas for nurturing children’s curiosity and critical thinking beyond the classroom, Did You Ever Wonder? is a must-have for anyone who has a hand in raising curious children.
This year marked the 6th Round Square Collaborative Service Project, a joint-effort between several Indian IB World Schools. This post contributes to a series started in 2013, highlighting field trips and service projects completed by students at Pathways World School, Aravali.