Encouraging students to read books they choose is beneficial, but how do you fit it into the curriculum? Diploma Programme (DP) English language and literature teacher Mike Mackenna shares his five tips.
Brain-storming a language activity and need an external resource to facilitate the learning? Or are you an inventive teacher who wishes to easily share some of your own resources? With the increased need for digital learning content due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the IB has developed a new resource that allows educators to share free […]
Diploma Programme (DP) graduate and IB educator Cecilia Villavicencio offers advice to DP coordinators as they look to bridge connections and inspire new interdisciplinary insights for their students. This is her second story in our graduate voices series.
As one of the first schools that trialled the Middle Years Programme (MYP) eAssesment, ACS International Schools share why being technology-forward sets you up for success in any environment.
As learning is at the heart of every school in the wider IB ecosystem, learning environments are expected to be considered first in strategic planning and resourcing.
The Swiss International Scientific School explain how the Middle Years Programme (MYP) eAssessment allows them to monitor their students learning journey.
The IB’s new curated resource companion, IB Webliography, is a collaborative tool for teachers to provide quality education for students, regardless of their background.
How can we provide our students with valuable feedback to help them grow as learners? Primary Years Programme (PYP) teacher Johana Barón shares some useful tips.
Roseanne and Magdalena share their school’s teaching evaluation model and how it has helped the teachers deliver amazing lessons.
Early years and primary assistant principal Vani Veikoso shares what teaching looks like during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
We recently sat down with Primary Years Programme (PYP) educator Ali Ezzeddine who shared some useful tips for schools that are slowly opening their doors again.
In cooperation with the University of the People (UoPeople), the IB has aimed to address the global shortage of qualified educators. This year, we are funding 100 educators on their way to earning a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree. We hear from Gabriel Boateng, an educator from Ghana International School to reflect on how access […]
What skills and experiences do our teachers need as they look to educate students post-COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? We connect with the University of Dundee MA education IB Pathway class to learn more about how lecturers, student teachers and schools are preparing for instruction and hear about their virtual practicum experiences at the International School of Como.
As an IB pathway student-teacher studying at the University of Dundee, Julia Savaniu completed a virtual practicum at the International School of Como. She reflects on how virtual learning allowed her to individualize student instruction and helped students master the technology needs our world now requires.
As an IB pathway student-teacher studying at the University of Dundee, Amy Fraser completed a virtual practicum at the International School of Como. She reflects on how virtual teaching allowed her to improve her communication and problem-solving skills.