The IB is celebrating 10 years of the CP in 2022, and schools around the globe are marking the occasion by sharing their experiences with the programme. Find out how one school navigated the pandemic to help their first cohort of CP students succeed.
Implementing MYP eAssessments for the first time can seem like a daunting and challenging task. Here, we talk to three MYP Coordinators whose schools successfully introduced MYP eAssessments in the May 2022 session.
We hear from five MYP Innovators as they reflect on ‘The Innovation Circuit’ and how it’s providing Singaporean and Asia-Pacific schools with access to STEM events.
It’s been two years since education around the world was disrupted by the Coronavirus pandemic. Many schools have already returned to in-person learning and teaching, while others continue with remote learning or even a hybrid of the two. However, with ongoing uncertainty about new variants, schools and educators will no doubt need to continue being […]
In this two-part Q&A session, we asked Celina Garza, IB Academic Integrity Manager. This second part specifically focuses on cheating and what schools can do to foster a culture of academic integrity in assessments.
In this two-part Q&A session, we asked Celina Garza, IB Academic Integrity Manager, a few questions about the importance of academic integrity.
At a time where sustainability is at the forefront of many business strategies, IB Diploma Programme (DP) students at Christ Junior College, Bengaluru, India decided to create a creativity, activity, service (CAS) project to investigate corporate involvement in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Trapti Trivedi, Extended Essay (EE) Coordinator at Overseas Family School, Singapore, shares her experience in initiating an annual Extended Essay Exhibition.
In this fast-moving world, while we often talk about the lofty ideals of international mindedness, delivering it to the learning community in practical terms poses a big challenge. In line with the IB learner profile, Oakridge International School nurtures its students to be future-ready, global citizens who impact the world positively.
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.
When thinking of the trauma that our students, teachers and schools encounter, the news in the recent months has a perfect storm of contributing factors: the continued killings of people of color in the United States and Canada, made even more traumatic by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the economic upheaval wrought by it.
Primary Years Programme (PYP) students from all over the world composed a story that highlighted the importance of taking care of our environment.
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 […]