To combat the global educator shortage and need for almost 69 million new teachers by 2030, IB’s Director General Dr Siva Kumari launched a collaboration with the first non-profit, American-accredited online university, University of the People (UoPeople) to offer educators a cost-free opportunity to build their careers and benefit their communities. Hear three awardees share […]
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Ashleigh Fields is a student at Howard University, of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the United States. She offers her thoughts on why she chose this university, the history these prominent institutions, and how her identity has become a part of her university experience. This is her third story […]
Arc-en-Ciel International School in Togo produced educational programmes for TV as a way to keep learning going during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus),
Amelia Peterson, a founding faculty member of the London Interdisciplinary School (LIS) shares how their institution is revolutionizing the university experience.
How can we inspire our students to be more caring citizens? We gathered seven stories that highlight the significance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and how we can incorporate it into our daily routine.
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.
Diploma Programme (DP) coordinator Dr James Minor explains how supporting Black-owned businesses can bring about real change in the fight against systemic racism.
Feeling frustrated with the lack of inclusivity, Tara van Gastel created ‘Discovering Africa’ for her students to explore the positive contributions of the African continent.
Primary Years Progamme (PYP) teacher Ranjit Biswas shares why social and emotional learning (SEL) is key to helping students become more caring citizens.
Delivering interactive and meaningful online classes is no easy task. Primary Years Programme (PYP) coordinator Mahboobeh Hajizadeh shares some useful tips.
Studying for an online Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree offers teachers a unique opportunity to further their knowledge and career, regardless of where they live. Learn how the IB’s scholarship to the University of the People (UoPeople) is helping address the global shortage of educators worldwide.
A synopsis of the panel discussion about assessing success and serving students of color in the university admissions process hosted by the IB Senior Development Manager, Marie Vivas and featuring panelists from the University of Maryland, Princeton University, Rice University and Baltimore City College.
To honor women worldwide, UNIS Hanoi is urging schools and organizations to follow their footsteps and ensure equal gender representation in their leadership teams.
Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency, many IB World Schools are successfully using online learning to continue students’ education, says IB Curriculum Manager Pilar Quezzaire. Two educators share their experiences.
Technology has brought forth many benefits, but should we limit how much time children spend on it? Assistant Professor Jordan Shapiro shares his thoughts on this topic.