How do you develop inclusion in your classroom? We hear seven perspectives from our community to provoke thought into how we can make our classrooms more diverse.
Cultural and history junkie, Nicholas Zhang, was intrigued when he first heard of the Kaifeng Jews. Find out how he plans on keeping the community’s legacy alive.
Technology has the potential to help teachers in the classroom, but what is the best way to integrate it into everyday learning? Professor Cathrine Tømte will address this topic in her keynote session at the 2020 European Education Festival.
After realizing his passion for Model United Nations (MUN) in high school, IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Ishan Singh mentored young students to become better delegates.
IB Diploma Programme (DP) student Ziyaan Virji was recently awarded the Diana Award for his efforts to provide girls with the necessary sanitation resources they need. Here is how he plans on empowering women through his organization.
Is there a perfect solution for an ideal learning environment? Professor Pierre Dillenbourg addresses learning environments in this Q&A ahead of the European Education Festival 2020.
Since the UN declared 2019 as the ‘International Year of Indigenous Language, more than 800 events have taken place around the world. Here is how SenPokChin (senpaq’cin) celebrated this important holiday.
Purchasing baby formula can be expensive in your first year as a parent, but this IB Diploma Programme (DP) student found a way to make it affordable for people in North Bay, Canada.
Beyond the Border project, by IB Diploma Programme (DP) students from Lamar Academy makes an impact in Texas.
Inspired by her parents, Diana Ton made sure to follow her passion for the arts throughout her academic studies.
By Marion Halberg The first part of our story is all about the value of a well-trained staff community. In this second part, we look at how we continue to grow the IB Diploma Programme (DP) at our school, and how we engage our school community. A couple of years ago when the IB opened […]
By Marion Halberg Dobbs Ferry High School (DFHS) is a small public high school just north of New York City. The high school has approximately 440 students. Of these students, 13% receive special education services, over 3% are currently below English proficiency and receive ESOL services (English for speakers of other languages), a larger percentage […]
Case study: Diploma Programme (DP) Eighty-five percent of the students at Robinson Secondary School take at least one DP class. That has not always been the case. The coordinators and teachers who make that possible believe in their students and the IB philosophy—and they work hard to support both. The international flavor at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia, in the […]
By Kyra Caspary and Katrina Woodworth, originally published by SRI International in March 2016 Since it was established in 1968 to provide high schools students with qualifications that are recognized by universities around the world, the IB Diploma Programme (DP) has developed a reputation for rigorous academic standards. Students who score well enough on individual IB exams can […]
SRI International recently published research entitled National Trends for Low-Income Students 2008-2014 that examines the impact of an IB education on post-secondary success for low-income students in the US. SRI is an American non-profit research institute in California and received funding from the IB’s Bridging the Equity Gap Project to conduct the study. The research findings […]