The IB has partnered with the University of the People (UoPeople) 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 Luciana Gugliada S., an educator at Colegio Williams in Mexico City to reflect on how […]
The IB interviews, Toni Hewett, one of the developers of the new DP economics course. Continue reading as she discusses the exciting changes and ideas, while exploring the course’s global relevance in society today.
While the IB Diploma and Career-related Programme go hand-in-hand since they are designed for students of the same age group, some schools – or rather, one school in particular – is connecting the dots between the Career-related Programme and the Middle Years Programme in some really cool ways. Building a transition plan between the two […]
Cindy Adair from Bangkok Patana School shares how they are encouraging students to remain active despite the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
We asked IB teachers to share a subject or topic that they would love to teach in their classrooms―Here is how they responded.
Garima Srivastava, IB teacher at Pathways School Noida in India talks about the significance of social-emotional learning (SEL) and its impact on IB Students amidst the pandemic.
Stress management is often talked about, but it’s easy to talk about and sometimes more difficult to manage your stress. In terms of health and well-being, how important is stress management?
IB educator Mariel Reid shares insight on student agency and her classroom experience trialing a well-being hub with the IB. After working with her students to develop and implement their personal and social education (PSE), Mariel let her students take the reins with the trial, leading to an uptick in interest and engagement at all […]
How can educators teach the approaches to learning (ATL) skills to prepare students for the Diploma Progamme (DP)? Chris Lister shares his four tips with IB World Magazine.
How can teachers address student concerns in a virtual learning environment? Graham and Anthony share their thoughts.
School Counsellor Sue Morrell Stewart at the Renaissance International School Saigon, Vietnam shares her perspective and her student’s experiences on school closure and online learning during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
In the second part of this blog series, we explore how educators encourage creative thinking in an age of Google.
When the internet seems to have an answer for everything, how can students come up with original ideas? Find out how from these educators.
Teaching is a demanding job; and teachers already deal with a high level of stress on a daily basis during a normal school year. Now, as a result of protective measures that have been put in place around the globe due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), teachers have suddenly needed to move to a completely new way […]
To continue to add to the collaborative sharing of teachers globally, in this episode of IB Voices, math teacher, author and educational consultant Dr. Jennifer Chang Wathall, provides top tips on how to manage the remote learning environment as effectively as possible.