Did you know that your surroundings can affect your learning experience? Wandile Mthiyane shares how a well-designed classroom can unravel great students.
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.
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.
During the third annual African Education Festival, Conrad Hughes will give a keynote on critical thinking in the 21st Century and why it is important not to trust everything you read online.
How can you deliver your lessons in a way that all students understand? Primary Years Programme (PYP) teachers Sandra and Koko share their tips.
Teaching using a modern approach can often be challenging, but Humera Riyaz, PYP coordinator at Eastern Public Schools gives us some useful tips.
What would your perfect learning space look like? Read how 38 Primary Year Programme (PYP) students designed and created the perfect learning space
Learning a new language can be challenging, but IB Diploma Programme (DP) graduate Amirsaman created a book that will help you succeed in English.
Are you looking for new ways to keep your students’ attention? IB teachers share their most effective methods with the IB World Magazine.
Shwetangna Chakrabarty, IB Diploma Programme (DP) Coordinator at Guangzhou Nanfang International School, China, shares innovative strategies that can help demystify TOK.
The following infographic is a visual tool for educators to illustrate the difference between Access and Inclusion and Adverse Circumstances.
We invited IB community members to reflect on the impact an IB education has had on their lives and careers. Jude Russel Ulatan Cuntapay is an IB Diploma Programme (DP) teacher at Southville International School and Colleges, Philippines.
In this third blog, Jayne Pletser, curriculum manager for inclusive education at the IB, shares ways to create a school environment that is committed to the ongoing process of removing barriers to learning for all students to promote equity, access and participation.
This blog is part of a series about using interdisciplinary units (IDUs) in MYP schools with a small student population. This blog delves into the planning of IDUs and the importance of student reflections.
Gjøvikregionen International School is typical of smaller, state-subsidized English schools in Norway. With just one class in each year from PYP1 to MYP5 and up to 200 students, these tiny schools have the capacity to successfully develop unique, engaging, and complex programmes. Annie Termaat, Secondary Principal at Gjøvikregionen International School tells us more.