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Technology and PE in the Early Years

In this article, the author describes how they are incorporating technology into physical education teaching practices during early years. “Overcoming challenges with success involves communication, trust and open-mindedness” was the central idea in the Adventure Challenge stand-alone unit of the Pre-4 and Pre-5 students at SEK Qatar. Today’s technologies teach our students to understand the [...]

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PYP presents at the Teacher Skills Forum in Jordan

Members of the PYP development team joined over 750 educators from Jordan and beyond for the first regional Teacher Skills Forum, organised under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah and the Queen Rania Teaching Academy (QRTA), and supported by the IB. The conference was designed to expose teachers to the latest developments, [...]

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The role of technology in IB programmes

The online learning department has released a pre-publication of The role of technology in IB programmes, a new resource on technology literacy. Intended for administrators, technology specialists and educators interested in incorporating technology with IB ideals and concepts, the document is one of a series of materials in development that assist schools with curriculum planning [...]

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Impact research: PYP in Australia

The IB has released a new programme impact study to examine the impact of the implementation of the PYP on student outcomes, pedagogical practice and school culture in 13 Victorian Government primary school authorised to offer the PYP. You can read this post in English, French and Spanish by clicking on the language tabs. The [...]

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Early Childhood Learning Journeys

This article illustrates an engaging learning event held at an international school in Hanoi, Vietnam. If you visited the Early Childhood Centre (ECC) mid November you would have witnessed something a little out of the ordinary at the United Nations International School of Hanoi (UNIS). The classrooms and playgrounds were bustling with parents. Having mums [...]

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