Concurrency of learning in the IB Diploma Programme and Middle Years Programme

This paper explores the concept of concurrency in the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) where it
has been always part of the fundamental concept of holistic learning, though with increasing
practical explicitness, and in the IB Diploma Programme (DP) where it has been an essential
element in the philosophical conception of the programme from the earliest days.

Download: Concurrency of learning in the IB Diploma Programme and Middle Years Programme [PDF].

2 Comments

  1. roclafamilia
    Posted October 21, 2010 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

    Helpful blog, bookmarked the website with hopes to read more!

  2. Laraine Reason
    Posted November 10, 2010 at 7:06 am | Permalink

    I was wondering if the idea of printing papers on this site, is only for those assigned to specific tasks or indeed, if you are open to accepting other articles from IB educators? I am aware that does not necessarily deem that the article will be published, but my question is; do you have a place for this on this site?
    I am immersed in a bi-lingual school, which is accredited in all three IB programmes. It seems that we still struggle with marrying the two schools of thought together ,and I have been writing and collected information on this matter.
    I also note that it in you MYP Coordinators’ notes for November, you raise the issue that IB are looking at and ultimately will provide a structure that will facilitate the schools to be more successful “in combining the MYP with the requirements of national/state systems.
    Is there anyone I can contact on this matter as I would be interested in being involved in this process.
    Regards
    Laraine

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